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40,000 years ago somebody drew a bull in a cave and it's still visible today (the image above is a reproduction). We too want to make publications that last.
We invent and publish languages.
Our products in development include a new extensible alternative to Markdown called Scroll, a language for writing simulations using Emoji called Simoji, and a language for fast data science called Ohayo.
Our mission is to become a profitable public domain software company to help catalyze a world where every child on earth has access to the world's best information.
A great question for our CEO. When we hire one, they will let you know.
We have ongoing needs for the following talents. We generally start with contract work but are looking to bring on new full timers if the fit is right. All jobs are remote. We are a registered Delaware Corporation and registered in Hawai'i. Our headquarters are in Honolulu.
To apply, email email@example.com explaining why you want to work for the public domain and with links to what you've built before.
If you love the public domain, people, and sales, this could be a diamond-in-the-rough opportunity to cofound a new kind of for-profit company that is 100% committed to Intellectual Freedom and the public domain. You will craft the organization, identify the best business model, and help us reach profitability.
This person will build and manage fantastic subreddits, slacks, virtual conferences, Twitters, email groups, and so forth.
This person will be a talented software engineer who develops novel public domain programming languages used to run our organization. These languages will be used by us for corporate documents, account, tax compliance, HR, and so forth.
This person will source and acquire public domain projects and teams.
These people will produce public domain comics. These illustrations will be used for products throughout our company.
These people will develop public domain languages and tools to solve a wide range of problems.
These people will help ensure our written work is presented simply, readably, and beautifully.
These people will build lots and lots of public domain datasets.
These people will produce public domain jokes for our products throughout the company. 70-80 years experience is a must.
This person will produce public domain video content and screencasts for our products throughout the company.
These people will apply their mastery of visual design to simplify our products and ensure they are clearly communicating our message and value to the world.
This person will have both software engineering and legal backgrounds and create new DSLs and legal strategies both offensive and defensive in the fight for the public domain.
If you are committed to the public domain but don't fit a role we are currently hiring for, you can send a short pull request explaining your position here.
Thanks to the web design team at BerkshireHathaway for help with our corporate homepage design.