Today I was reading the AdiumX‘s blog and found an interesting reference.
Karelia software is going to promote open-source development specifically for Apple’s WebKit. If you don’t know it Apple released the webkit open-source. The webkit is a tool to render web pages but also do more things also integrated with OS X. As soon as it was released open-source a public bugzilla and more tools were made open.
Karelia is using the webkit for a software they are developing and are offering some money to whoever can fix these bugs. It’s not a lot of money, you’re not going to become rich with this, but I have to admit that this is a great way to promote the open-source development. If you get a bug fixed you will get $250 and you will contribute to the entire community.
So happy coding to all Mac developers.