Joe Born has posted the first bounties for the Neuros Link.
The first bounty is $2500 for getting Netflix working directly on the Neuros Link, or $500 when working through a intermediary PC. This bounty has some stipulations: The programmer must beat Boxee, Ubuntu or Netflix themselves with the functionality. All of these people are working on getting Netflix streaming to work on on Linux. Once any of them get it working, the bounty is unavailable as they can easily incorporate this into the Neuros Link.
The second bounty is the Move Networks plugin. The lucky hacker will get $2000 if they get it working and $2500 if it works in Firefox.
The third bounty is another biggie: Getting pre-purchased iTunes music from the iTMS to play on the Neuros Link. $1000 is the bounty on this one.
The fourth bounty is a Network/Wireless Network wizard for $750.
The fifth is a Video Resolution/Xorg settings changer, also for $750.
The sixth is a error problem reporter collector, and the bounty for this is $500.
The seventh is upgrade applet that will work on TV for $750.
For details on these and how to claim them, please check out the OdNT Blog.
Joe also posted that the Neuros Link is now available from every geek’s favorite site, ThinkGeek.com.