The Fusion Foundation launched a rewarding event for community members for their contributions to improving Fusion's network and applications. And also for creating helpful and engaging content that helps the community learn and use Fusion apps. Approved content will be added to the Fusion Knowledge Center and shared across Fusion’s Social Channels.
Fusion has set up a submission form ‘ISSUE_TEMPLATE.md’ that has instructions on how to submit a bug. This form can be found in all of Fusion’s Github repositories. Bug hunters are encouraged to join the Fusion Developers Community Telegram channel to understand current issues that are being worked through and to discuss their contributions.
Bug Hunting Rules
Any code available in Fusion's Github repositories is fair game for bug bounty rewards.
Fusion has set up a submission form ‘ISSUE_TEMPLATE.md’ that has instructions on how to submit a bug. This form can be found in all of Fusion's Github repositories.
Improvement and bug submissions must provide sufficient detail so the Fusion Foundation can readily understand, recreate and measure improvements/bugs. Details may include a description of the fix, a breakdown of an attack scenario, directions on how to reproduce the bug etc. If the report is not detailed enough, the issue will not be eligible for a reward.
Bug Bounty Reward Matrix
Please email email@example.com with an outline of your content creation proposal, include the content format (YouTube video, Medium article), content topic, brief description and any other information you think is relevant.
After submitting a content proposal, please wait for approval from the Fusion team, they will respond directly to the same email address.
If approved, the Fusion team encourage you to produce the content piece and submit it to the same email address (firstname.lastname@example.org). Upon review and approval, you can share it on your preferred channel.