Seeking Slightly Paranoid Android Developers for Hire and Internships

Nathan Freitas nathan at
Wed Nov 10 19:03:07 UTC 2010

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The Guardian Project is kicking off a three month project focused on
finishing up our secure chat app, codenamed Gibber but also known as
?OtRChat?. We are looking for developers of all levels to join us in
this work. We have already implemented the primary  ?Off the Record?
messaging functionality, and achieved interoperability with desktop
clients such as Pidgin and AdiumX. From here, there is work to be done
on implementing some unique features, cleaning up the user experience,
and ensuring that the implementation is as secure as possible, providing
all the necessary features for verifying and managing secure identities
and sessions.

We have a few contract positions available, but are also looking for
interns and students interested in getting real-world production
development under their belt. All in all, you should be keenly
interested in work that strives to find the right balance of usability
and security on mobile devices.

If you are interested, please get in touch with us, and we will go from
there. We are looking for individuals or small teams. For the paid
positions, we would expect you have at least one Android app released in
public on the Android Market, and would prefer you have experience with
open-source projects, as well. There is much more work to do beyond this
specific app, but this is a good place to start. Work can be done
anywhere, anytime, assuming your are familiar with the tools and culture
of open-source+agile development.

Contact us securely here:
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