Hiring with bounties

To create a hiring bounty, pick an issue you need help with and determine a fair compensation for its successful resolution.

You have the option to set the visibility of the bounty as either public or unlisted. Public bounties are openly visible to everyone, attracting a larger pool of candidates. On the other hand, unlisted bounties provide a more targeted approach, limiting visibility to individuals you specifically invite.

If your organization is closed-source or currently lacks a suitable issue to place a bounty on, you can choose an issue from an open-source project that you use or support. This way, you can contribute to the open-source community while also attracting individuals who share your passion for the project.