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lemonade-stand - A handy guide to financial support for open source


This document aims to provide an exhaustive list of all the ways that people get paid for open source work. Hopefully, projects and contributors will find this helpful in figuring out the best options for them. The categories are not mutually exclusive. For example, a project might have a foundation but also use crowdfunding to raise money. Someone else might do consulting and also have a donation button. Etc.

saasify - The easiest way to monetize your API. ๐Ÿš€

  •    Javascript

Here is a live SaaS API and marketing site by Sindre Sorhus that was auto-generated with Saasify from this source code. We make it really simple to "saasify" your own projects like this one.

Flipstarter - Peer to Peer Crowdfunding

  •    Javascript

Flipstarter provides a way for any project to engage with potential funders in a way that encourages accountability for projects and fairness for funders. It is built on Bitcoin Cash.

ogrants - Open grants list

  •    CSS

The Open Grants List is a list of grants that are openly available on the web. These grants can help with learning grantsmanship, understanding particular funders and their programs, and communicating science. The main website is https://www.ogrants.org/.

thanks - Finding ways to fund the packages you use.

  •    Python

Finding ways to fund the python packages you use. Inspired by feross' thanks. The best way to contribute is to add info to thanks/thanks.json about contributors, matching PyPI usernames to URLs.

codefund - CodeFund.io (formerly Code Sponsor)

  •    Elixir

This is the software behind codefund.io. It's an Elixir application built on the Phoenix web framework, PostgreSQL, and many other great open source efforts. We have built our careers on open source. We all owe a great debt to all open source developers who given so much of their free time and talents to help others. We were also inspired by The Changelog, who released their platform open source. Finally, we want to be a trusted partner to the developer community. To us, ad networks have always felt a bit shady. By being open source, we invite all to critique our code and ensure we are being honest.

landscapeapp - ๐ŸŒ„Upstream landscape generation application

  •    Javascript

The landscapeapp is an upstream NPM module that supports building interactive landscape websites such as the CNCF Cloud Native Landscape (source) and the LF Deep Learning Foundation Landscape (source). The application has been developed by Andrey Kozlov and Dan Kohn of CNCF. If you want to create an interactive landscape for your project or organization, the easiest process is to fork the LFDL landscape, since it only has a single landscape image. Edit settings.yml, landscape.yml, and members.yml for your topic. Then create a Netlify account (or similar) to automatically build and publish the static site on every commit.

awesome-software-patreons - ๐Ÿ’ปA curated list of awesome programmers and software-related Patreon accounts


A curated list of awesome programmers and software-related Patreon accounts. Help individual programmers or open source projects funding the development of your favorite software subscribing to their Patreon accounts. A tangible way to give back to the open source community.

quadratik - Free and open source software for easy self-hosted quadratic funding!

  •    Javascript

Free and open source software for easy self-hosted quadratic funding. tldr; it's not economically advantageous for people to directly fund open-source software. We make it advantageous by combining each pledge with additional funds from a sponsor pool. The additional funds optimally compensate for the value a pledge benefits other users. Example: if Bob makes a contribution ($25) for something that could be valuable to Alice, Bob needs to be compensated for the additional benefit that Alice gets ($25). So Bob's pledge needs to be worth $50. More pledges lead to more overall value for everyone involved, making it economically advantageous for both Bob and Alice to pledge.

LibreSelery - Continuous distribution of funding to your project contributors and dependencies

  •    Python

We just launched! ๐ŸŽ‰ Please read our pitch slides or introductory blog post. LibreSelery is a command line tool to distribute funding in free and open source projects. With a new funding model, it offers transparent, automated and adaptable compensation of contributors. The aim is to replace the middleman in donation distribution as far as possible with a free and transparent algorithm. Unlike most other donation systems LibreSelery only offers a decentralized tool and not a platform.

liquid-funding - Dapp for delegating donations to projects

  •    Javascript

Welcome to the code for the liquid-funding dapp which uses the liquidpledging contracts by Giveth, a new way to distribute donated ether while keeping ownership in the hands of the original donor.

.github - Default configuration for @TheAlgorithms repos


Default files for @TheAlgorithms repositories. For example, anyone who creates an issue or pull request in a public repository that does not have its own CONTRIBUTING file will see a link to the default CONTRIBUTING file.

ads-for-opensource - An Adblock/AdblockPlus/uBlock compatible filter list for allowing advertising that benefits open source

  •    Python

This repository contains filter lists compatible with many ad blockers such as Adblock, AdblockPlus, and uBlock Origin that allows advertising that directly benefits open source software. Many open source projects depend on advertising to fund their development and operations.

funding - Let's get open source maintainers paid โœจ

  •    Javascript

This is an open source funding experiment! The current model of sustaining open source is not working. We desperately need more experimentation. This is one such experiment. Whenever users install open source software, this package will display a message from a company that supports open source. The sponsorship pays directly for maintainer time. That is, writing new features, fixing bugs, answering user questions, and improving documentation.

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