Interactive Fiction Technology Foundation, the digital arts nonprofit I help run, has paid opportunities for software engineers interested in leading two specific IF infrastructure projects:

These are great freelance opportunities for technically inclined folks who want to help the services behind the sharing and study of interactive fiction. In both cases, IFTF plans to raise the funds needed to cover the costs named in the accepted proposal.

If either of these RFPs spark your interest and imagination, please do apply by the appropriate deadline — and feel free to contact IFTF with any questions in the meantime.

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Rodolfo Rosini ☕️✨

These are cool, but very narrow :(

Dan Cox

If you have strong web development skills, the IFTF is looking to pay people to develop code around replacing Philomala and working with IF Archive. See post — and RFPs — for more details! twitter.com/jmacdotorg/sta…

If you have strong web development skills, the IFTF is looking to pay people to develop code around replacing Philomala and working with IF Archive. See post — and RFPs — for more details! ...

Dan Cox

If you have strong web development skills, the IFTF is looking to pay people to develop code around replacing Philomala and working with IF Archive. See post — and RFPs — for more details! twitter.com/jmacdotorg/sta…

If you have strong web development skills, the IFTF is looking to pay people to develop code around replacing Philomala and working with IF Archive. See post — and RFPs — for more details! ...

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