What is the most common way for one to announce new Bitcoin-related bounties in the community? Is there some website that mediates in the process, or is everything done through the Bitcoin forum?

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  • For edification, I think bounties are listed here: en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Active_Bounties but this isn't an "announcement" per se – Dominic Tancredi Jun 26 '12 at 12:03
  • A large bounty (e.g., like something a freelancer would take up) or trivial amount, or perhaps a small amount for a specific task? – Stephen Gornick Jun 26 '12 at 22:44

I've seen some bounty sites pop up every now and then. Can't remember any of them. This fact alone suggests that you would not get anywhere the same kind as exposure as on the forum.

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You can use our service at bitquestion.com to post bounties related to questions.

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  • Hmm, looks interesting, guess I'll have to check it out every now and then. – ThePiachu Jun 27 '12 at 15:31
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    Welcome Wladston! You can improve the answer by adding a few more lines describing exactly what Bitquestion is. – D.H. - bitcoin.se Jun 27 '12 at 15:54

You can use Booster.io (from the same guy as Propster.me). It's rather new, so use at your own peril. Of course you should also advertise the bounty at the official forum and other channels.

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