Guardian Project is seeking Android/Python contractors for mobile/free software/privacy work!
We’re looking for self-motivated, free software hackers to work with Guardian Project on privacy and internet freedom for mobile devices. Our work is 100% free software and we have a steady stream of projects that tie into F-Droid, Tor, IPFS, Debian, and censorship circumvention. We work to support people and communities around the world. This is a flexible, remote position but we also like to work in person when possible.
- Have at least a few years of experience with native Android development and/or Python.
- Demonstrated the ability to work collaboratively.
- Understand public, free software workflows
- Are proactive and self-directed.
- Fluent in Git.
Bonus points for
- Ruby/Go/C/Rust skills
- Debian (and derivatives)
- Experience with GitLab and its API
- Understanding privacy implications of metadata
- Life experiences that are underrepresented in tech work
- Fluency in more than one language
- User research and UX design
- Blogging and writing
This is for projects managed by Hans-Christoph Steiner. We work in Vienna, Austria so ideally you work in a similar time zone, but that is not a requirement. We work in English but our team members speak many languages. Work is contract-based but with the possibility to shift into full-time employment in the future.
Please reply to firstname.lastname@example.org or find us in any of the regular channels!