On Jan 12, 12:38    򮮮 
> On Dec 15 2008, 9:32    򮮮 
>
>
>
> > Hi,
>
> > There's a project out there called "zliby" [1] which partially
> > implements the zlib library. Unfortunately, only the Zlib::GzipReader
> > class has been implemented so far. I'd like to have a pure Ruby
> > implementation of the Zlib::GzipWriter class.
>
> > I've put in a feature request [2] but I'd like to see it expedited. In
> > order to expedite this, I'm offering $100 to anyone who can implement
> > it. In order to qualify for the bounty, your Zlib::GzipWriter class
> > must meet the following criteria:
>
> > * It must be pure Ruby. No extensions. No FFI.
> > * It must have tests (and pass them)
> > * It must match the current Zlib::GzipWriter interface
> > * It must be cross platform
> > * It must be able to generate a proper gem file from a gemspec (the
> > acid test)
> > * It must be contributed back to the zliby project
> > * It must be done within 60 days of this post
>
> <snip>
>
> And the winner is...Park Heesob! We actually had two competitors for
> the bounty (much to my surprise), and it was very close (again, to my
> surprise), but in the end Park's code passed an acid test that
> Charles' code did not.[1]
>
> So, congratulations to Park Heesob for not only creating a
> Zlib::GzipWriter implementation, but for also creating a pure Ruby
> version of the underlying zlib 1.2.3 library!
>
> WOOHOO!
>
> Regards,
>
> Dan
>
> [1] However, I hate to see Charles go unrewarded for his wonderful
> efforts, so any matchers are free to distribute their bounties as they
> see fit.

I have some bucks with Park and Charles names printed on them ;-)

Park: I have your Paypal info, will send you as soon as possible.

Charles: can you tell me your paypal email?

Again: do anyone knows a good platform to to bounties for open source
projects?

Regards,
--
Luis Lavena