Collective: Hired / Volunteer Help

Hey all,

I saw this on another board and decided to copy the idea. To prevent lots of these threads from popping up about hired / volunteered help, please post your ads for helping / requesting help in the comments below! They can be paid or unpaid, but please specify upfront using a template like the one below.

Also, you must be at least 18 years old for this thread since minors can't legally sign / agree to work contracts.

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[B]Type[/B]: Specify if you're "Requesting" or "Offering"
[B]Name[/B]: Your preferred, online alias or name
[B]Contact Info[/B]: How best to contact you
[B]Timezone / Location[/B]: Which timezone you're in for communications
[B]My work[/B]: Examples of your past projects / work
[B]My responsibilities[/B]: How you will contribute to the project
[B]Your responsibilities[/B]: Positions available / how they will contribute
[B]Pay[/B]: If relevant, pay how much you're offering / expecting
[B]Extra info[/B]: Any additional details / benefits you think are relevant
Type: Offering
Name: Spirited
Contact Info: PM
Timezone / Location: Pacific Time
My work: I have work in scalable server projects (
My responsibilities: I'll work on the server programming
Your responsibilities: You'll work on the client programming
Pay: Around $40-$120 per job, paid half up front per task
Extra info: Project will be in Golang and not C#
Some additional rules to this thread:
  • Please only post replies if posting a job request / offer. All replies should be in private messages.
  • Please no requests for free code, code mentorships, or coding advice.
  • Please give good descriptions on what you're looking for.
  • Please no double posting (one request per person, per project).
  • Please only use one small image and no excessive font sizes / colors.
And finally, please be nice to one another when responding to offers! Everyone is on a different level with various skills and goals. Best of luck to those posting.

Interested in my work?

If you wanna learn more about me and my projects: visit my portfolio website. There, you can find my free, open-source work and articles about game development. Due to contractual restrictions: I am not available for job requests or volunteer work.

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