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Re: Seeking Slightly Paranoid Android Developers for Hire and Internships

From: David Storey <dstorey@opera.com>
Date: Thu, 11 Nov 2010 16:10:59 +0100
Cc: "public-mw4d@w3.org Group" <public-mw4d@w3.org>
Message-Id: <6967A6E0-436D-41F1-979D-8F8B831EF03E@opera.com>
To: Katrin Verclas <katrin@mobileactive.org>
With all due respect, I donít think a W3C Mailing list is the appropriate place to spam with job advertisements.

David

On 11 Nov 2010, at 15:50, Katrin Verclas wrote:

> FYI. Please spread the word.
> 
> Begin forwarded message:
> 
>> From: Nathan Freitas <nathan@freitas.net>
>> Date: November 10, 2010 2:01:47 PM EST
>> To: Derek Halliday <derek@guardianproject.info>,  Katrin Verclas <katrin@mobileactive.org>
>> Subject: Seeking Slightly Paranoid Android Developers for Hire and Internships
>> 
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>> (Full post is here:
>> https://guardianproject.info/2010/11/10/seeking-slightly-paranoid-android-developers-for-hire-and-internships/)
>> 
>> The Guardian Project is kicking off a three month project focused on
>> finishing up our secure chat app, codenamed Gibber but also known as
>> ?OtRChat?. We are looking for developers of all levels to join us in
>> this work. We have already implemented the primary  ?Off the Record?
>> messaging functionality, and achieved interoperability with desktop
>> clients such as Pidgin and AdiumX. From here, there is work to be done
>> on implementing some unique features, cleaning up the user experience,
>> and ensuring that the implementation is as secure as possible, providing
>> all the necessary features for verifying and managing secure identities
>> and sessions.
>> 
>> We have a few contract positions available, but are also looking for
>> interns and students interested in getting real-world production
>> development under their belt. All in all, you should be keenly
>> interested in work that strives to find the right balance of usability
>> and security on mobile devices.
>> 
>> If you are interested, please get in touch with us, and we will go from
>> there. We are looking for individuals or small teams. For the paid
>> positions, we would expect you have at least one Android app released in
>> public on the Android Market, and would prefer you have experience with
>> open-source projects, as well. There is much more work to do beyond this
>> specific app, but this is a good place to start. Work can be done
>> anywhere, anytime, assuming your are familiar with the tools and culture
>> of open-source+agile development.
>> 
>> Contact us securely here: https://guardianproject.info/contact/
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> 
> Katrin Verclas
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> katrin@mobileactive.org
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