I see 3 bugs related to my code were found. I'll be delighted to fix those, but...
yogev_ezra, on October 21st, PM'ed me:
1) You commit your code to SVN when you see fit. It can contain bugs.
2) I provide an acknowledgement certificate on the payment within 24 hours from your commit.
3) You publish a final report on the forum explaining your commit and remaining bugs you know of within 24 hours from receiving acknowledgement certificate.
4) You try to fix the remaining bugs you know of in your spare time. Not required but encouraged.
I consented, and even gave yogev_ezra as much lee-time he wanted, even more than 24 hours if it comes to that.
On October 21st itself, I wrote the code, and trusting yogev_ezra would handle the acknowledgement certificate, even wrote the report.
It's been about 90 days. I am yet to receive the acknowledgement certificate. I need it for legal issues (such as to prove it's earned by me -- tax issues and all being such), and for my own uses (college applications, etc).
I'm very bad at coercing people, yet... I hope yogev_ezra takes out just a couple of hours of his day and mails the certificate to me. Once he's done so, I'll start working on fixing those bugs.
Note that I have, on word from yogev_ezra, no real need to fix the bugs. I'm still willing to. yogev_ezra has, on his own word, an obligation to mail me the certificate. It's been 90