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As a developer, I want the best the open source work in web3 on Gitcoin so that I can contribute to great projects.
## Gitcoin Requests Page
- Incentivize Gitcoin developers to look around open source repo's themselves for potential Gitcoin issues and report these back to Gitcoin (by either dropping the link at gitcoin.co/requests or tagging @gitcoinbot on the issue directly along with how much they think a fair bounty would be worth)
- Holds a section which highlights community sourced issues, whether funded/partially funded/unfunded
- Has functionality for developers / maintainers / funders to click on an unfunded issue and *fund*
## Gitcoin Bot / Other Updates Needed (Not In Scope For Design)
- Tags @gitcoinbot with a $ amount they'd be willing to do the work
- @gitcoinbot comments back (tagging the repo maintainers, maybe?) and saved that request down in an internal log for us to review (similar to how you review gitcoin.co/faucet requests)
- If the repo maintainer comments back saying they're down, give them a quick path to fund the issue and give the developer a 15% finders fee
- Submissions to the Gitcoin Requests page would be pulled down to a DB similar to the Faucet page (#258) for @owocki to review and decide whether to fund.
- If it isn't funded, but it's a worthwhile / reasonable issue, we may bounty on behalf of our developer
- If it is externally funded, we offer a 10% bonus to the community member who posted the bounty
## Attributes of a request
* github url
* amount (0.01)
* denomination (ETH, DAI, etc)
* status (one of either open or closed - funded or closed - not funded)
## Design bounty
This is a bounty to submit a design for the following page:
- requests index -- radio button in the Issue Explorer labeled 'Bounty Requests'
- request submission -- form to submit requests
### Example Design
This example of the grants page (from @KennethAshley at #380 ) might be useful as a template as you think through how the page might look. There would still need to be a place for new submissions to be added (via hyperlink) and a button to fund the issue.