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### User Story
[comment]: # (As a , I want to so that .)
DESIGN - As a funder, I want to be able to discover coders, so I can find the right person for my task/job/engagement.
### Why Is this Needed
[comment]: # (Describe the problem and why this task is needed. Provide description of the current state, what you would like to happen, and what actually happen)
right now we have /explorer which is really great for coders to find bounties, but theres no good way to traverse our userbase of coders.
except in a limited way, /leaderboard , and maybe the individual kudos
theres a business case for building a user base explorer and/or matching algorithm, so that we have a beautiful way to explore the supply side of the market. this could solve quality issues for funders (maybe we could make it so you can rank users by quality)
on top of a user base explorer, a matching algorithm could be an interesting way to “suggest” hunters that fit your criteria, or that are a match based upon a semantic analysis of your bounty.
This would also be helpful for contributor search for managed bounties. Suggest hunters could be helpful on funder form.
[comment]: # (Feature or Bug? i.e Type: Bug)
### Current Behavior
[comment]: # (Describe what actually happened.)
No Contributor Discovery
### Expected Behavior
[comment]: # (Describe what you expected to happen.)
Contributor discovery. User can input
- Geographic Area -- x,y geo coordinates + radius
- Skillset -- list of keywords
- Experience Level --
- Years experience.
- Bounties completed.
- Compensation Requirements
- Hourly Rate
- Yearly Rate
- Per Bounty
- Has Resume
A search results page will come back that has this info:
- Profile pic, username, basic stats, and a link to their gitcoin profile.
### Definition of Done
[comment]: # (Any other information that would be useful, bullets are helpful.)
See above. Pls allow for 2-3 revisions.