Canonizer seeks to contract with a software development team of 4 or 5 full time engineers to help convert the current prototype system at Canonizer.com to an open source, fully developed, fully automatically tested and deployable product that can scale to handle millions of simultaneous users. We need a team that can continue the development of the open source Canonizer.2.0 system, currently using LAMPS with the Laravel framework.
Canonizer plans to become the Wikipedia of thought and opinion on controversial issues. We are going to bring the world together by building and tracking consensus on moral topics.
As you prepare your proposals please consider the following:
The budget for this job will start at $100K per month or more than $1 million / year, on an ongoing basis, depending on the quality of, and amount of work being done. We intend on hiring one or more companies to help with this project, depending on expertise and abilities.
The goal of Canonizer is to be a leaderless organization where everyone knows everything. Any software development company interested in applying for this job is invited to create a sub camp, with a camp statement describing how their company is the best company for the job. Then the canonizer canonizer algorithm will be used to select the top candidate. Currently, some of the primary share holders are already supporting the Agreement Camp, where you can see their canonized share score. Eventually these supporters will be ranking their camps, in their current preferred order, which may continually change till selections are made. Candidates are also encouraged to support their own camps, as their top choice, and all competing candidates, in the order they think is the best candidate to achieve the Canonizer goal of bringing the world together.
There is a lot to learn about this canonization, consensus building process, which we hope you will learn and use to be voted and selected as the top candidate. Each camp has a “forum”, where questions can be raised. So if you have any issues our questions, everyone can go to the main Agreement Camp for the job topic, then go to the forum, and submit your questions for everyone to see. You can also solicit collaboration from other interested parties, while building consensus for the scaling design in a super camp, and so on.
Qualified teams that respond to this RFP may be eligible to receive payment for the time required to study and learn about the Canonizer process. You can reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to meet with the primary shareholders to negotiate compensation for this development process.
You could answer at least the following questions in your camp statement: