I've been working on a web application to manage contracts for software
development and other services, with payment in e-gold. I've finished
the first version.
sample installation: [url removed, login to view]
source code: [url removed, login to view]
requirements specification: [url removed, login to view]
Now it's time for quality assurance. So I want you to find a bug
in this application, and give me the sequence of steps to make the
problem happen consistently. You may search for a bug by testing,
by inspecting the source code, or by any other means.
I'll accept as a bug a situation where the user makes a legitimate
request and the application fails to do it. I'll also accept a case
where the user enters bad data and it causes a breach of security or
the database gets corrupted.
In a case where the user enters bad data and the only effect is that
a meaningless response comes back (garbage in, garbage out), I generally
won't consider it a bug, at least for the purposes of this project.
Also, there's a list of accepted limitations at the end of the requirements
specification. Those don't count as bugs.
I expect to pay around $600 for the bug report, including the sequence of
steps to make it happen consistently. But of course you're welcome to bid