Summary

$500 bug bounty claim for https://github.com/jhipster/generator-jhipster/issues/13125

Paid
Invoice #34402

Submitted by Kaido Hallik on February 22, 2021

Invoice items
$500 bug bounty claim for https://github.com/jhipster/generator-jhipster/issues/13125
Date: 2/22/2021

$500.00 USD


Total amount:
$500.00 USD

payout method

Bank account
Details  
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By Pascal GrimaudUpdated on February 22, 2021
Expense approved
By Alina MankoUpdated on February 22, 2021
Expense processing
By Alina MankoUpdated on February 22, 2021
Expense paid

Collective balance
$12,213.63 USD

Fiscal Host
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We process payouts twice weekly, once they have been approved by the admin of the Collective. We make payments via PayPal and Bank Transfer (via Transferwise) and can only make payouts to countries served by these payment processors. You are not required to upload an invoice document (the data you submit in the expense form is sufficient) but if you would like to include an uploaded invoice, please make it out to: Collective Name, Open Source Collective Foundation, 340 S LEMON AVE #3717, Walnut CA 91789 USA.

  • Create a Pull Request that fixes a ticket with the “$100” label.
  • In order to close the ticket automatically, you must have one commit message with the Fix keyword. For example, Fix #1234 to close ticket #1234.
  • That Pull Request must be merged by someone from the core team. If there are several Pull Requests, the core team member either selects the most recent one or the best one - that’s up to him to decide what is best for the project.
  • You can then add a $100 expense on the JHipster OpenCollective. You must add a link to your Pull Request in the description (for example: $100 bug bounty claim for https://github.com/jhipster/generator-jhipster/pull/1234). You will also need to provide an invoice, see the Open Collective FAQ for expenses for more details, and to get a Google Docs template that you can use.
  • Then, you must add a comment on your Pull Request, telling that you claimed the money, with a link to your OpenCollective expense. This is to be sure it is the same person who fixed the issue and claimed the money.
  • That expense will then be validated by @jdubois and @deepu105, and you will receive your money on your Paypal account.

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