Its really up to you. In practice, I usually upfront tell people that I'll reward someone a first place reward and reward a second or third place.
If you haven't done that upfront, then I guess you could decide whether you want to split the reward or you want to just pay 100% to the first place person.
I don't like to burn bridges, so I usually pay out people who put in some level of effort a least a little.
Hi @pstehlik! It's usually easier to receive a response through our Slack (which is generally more active, and can be found here: https://gitcoincommunity.slack.com/), but I’ll try to quickly answer your question here. From what I understand, you’re trying to fund a bounty say A, with X funds in advance, say 5ETH, which at a later point you’d like to use to payout multiple bounty hunters variable amounts. Due to the limitations of Standard Bounties atm (Gitcoin is unable to access the deposit once you’ve made it to the contract), the best way to do this is:
Or, of course, do it the way you mentioned above. None the less, I do encourage you reaching out to us over on Slack. I’m confident someone will have a better solution than the one I just came up with.
Hope to see you there! Anish
The "Reviews" section on https://gitcoin.co/results is over-zealous:
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t; not sure about the last; the longest one I didn't post, to avoid looking like a spammer - go see yourself. ^_^