missing RFP links, in devgrants
The link to list of RFP all ends on
how to get it right? Find the right link in ipfs github, and edit the 2 links?
I’m not sure what link you say it’s missing…
See scren shot, how to;
Select an open RFP from this list.
I cant get: this list of RFP? Link dont work
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Welcome to the IPFS Grant Platform! The Grant Platform connects grant makers with builders and researchers in the IPFS community. Whether you represent a foundation that wants to move the space forward, a company looking to accelerate development on the features your application needs, or a dev team itching to hack on IPFS tools, you've come to the right place. Take a look at the supported grant types and available funding + work opportunities below.
|:warning: The grants program has now [launched out of beta](https://blog.ipfs.io/2020-04-20-ipfs-grants-platform/) and has been a huge success. The IPFS team budget for grants in Q2 is now spent, and we are not funding any proposals not already in review until Q3 2020. This platform is still open for discussing grants for future funding, to submit proposals that could be funded from other interested parties, or to propose funding of your own for projects you'd like to see exist!|
## Grant Types
The bounty challenges are simply issues in IPFS-related repos that have a monetary reward associated with them. You don't need to propose a solution or spec out the work for these challenges—simply submit a patch addressing the issue and you can claim the bounty once the PR is merged.
For a list of issues eligible for Bounties, award amounts, and more details see [BOUNTIES](BOUNTIES.md)
[**LIST OF BOUNTIES**](../../projects/1) • [**CLAIM A BOUNTY**](BOUNTIES.md#how-to-collect) • [**START A BOUNTY**](BOUNTIES.md#how-to-propose) • [Read More](BOUNTIES.md)
Projects too large for a bounty are specified as RFPs and can range from more complex feature work on IPFS to entirely new tools and libraries.
To see open RFPs and learn more about the proposal process see
. RFPs may be funded by Protocol Labs, other community members, or a consortium of interested parties.
I cant get the list rfp, links dont work?
I don’t think there are any open RFPs at the moment.
I also find out
man. 24. aug. 2020 16.23 skrev Héctor S. via
discuss.ipfs.io < email@example.com>: