http://Patronism.com/, which just turned two years old, is looking for programmers who want to code the change in the world they want to see.
Currently it is a bilateral empowerment platform which connects patrons and artists via pay-what-you-feel subscription in a way that benefits them both. But at its core, it creates a way for any valuable service to be sustained by the very community that finds it valuable, linking meaningful things directly with the means to sustain them. It's not just about making music happen... it's about making life meaningful.
There are six specific bugs which need to be ironed out, and three new features which need to be added; two are small and one will make Kickstarter look clunky by seamlessly integrating a project ignition system with fuel injection and a nitrous oxide booster.
If this sounds like something you want to do, or if you know anyone who would be interested, please spread the word far and wide, and contact me with any questions: john (at) patronism (dot) com
p.s. even with the bugs, here's what the revenue looks like: