So, it's been a reasonably busy couple of months at Techwrap Towers. Like most beta periods, it's been a case of ironing out the wrinkles on our own site, getting to grips with some pretty idiosyncratic APIs belonging to our sources. We've also had some pretty good feedback from users, so it's time to start building out a few new features, which is going to take up a lot of time.
Consequently, I'm looking to find someone to assist with editorial and curatorial aspects of the site. It's probably a total of only about 3-4 hours work across the week, which would probably be best done on in 15-minute chunks. Obviously this is remotely done, and is extremely flexible. Rather than parcelling it out to a Mechanical Turk-type arrangement, I'd far rather find someone who is a bit startup-savvy and knows the local scene. The main qualification is being able to understand the difference between a quality event that we would be happy to recommend to our community, and the Grant Shapps - get-rich-quick stuff that we see all too much of. Paid on an hourly basis, and there will almost certainly be more hours as we roll out new features.
If you're interested, or have any questions, drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with "Editorial job" in the subject line.