OpenBeans Bounties

Bounties for minor or major issue with OpenBeans and Apache NetBeans. To claim or post a new bounty email emilian.bold@josekibold.ro. Generally speaking bounties are like puzzles with a treat at the end. The price offered does not cover the billable hours spent by any programmer on the globle.

2019/01/11: $150 ($100+$50) $100 to anyone who develops a plugin that detects the existing indentation of the current file, and uses them while editing. How is this not yet in there? Critical time saver for team use. $50 extra if this gets added to NetBeans proper.
Sponsored by @alvint69

$100 to anyone who develops a plugin that detects the existing indentation of the current file, and uses them while editing. How is this not yet in there? Critical time saver for team use.

$50 extra if this gets added to NetBeans proper.

— Alvin (@alvint69) January 11, 2019

2019/01/08: $10 for a reproducible build of @bulenkov's #Darcula look and feel library and publishes it (after some Maven shade perhaps) to Maven Central.
Sponsored by Emilian Bold

2018/11/06: $20. I will pay $20 to the person that makes NSSupportsAutomaticGraphicsSwitching work for @netbeans on macOS. As far as I can tell it's our shell. We should use our launcher https://github.com/apache/incubator-netbeans/tree/master/nb/ide.launcher/macosx/NetBeansLauncher or @intellijidea's launcher https://github.com/JetBrains/intellij-community/tree/master/native/MacLauncher (also Apache licensed)
Sponsored by Emilian Bold

2018/04/15: $5.

I am starting this week this small #bounty for #opensource @netbeans. Trying #fiverr which has a terrible interface, might try https://t.co/h0Ce8amLqP next week for another #bounty. pic.twitter.com/PevgQiPZRf

— Emilian Bold (@emilianbold) April 16, 2018