Open source friendly
The Sovereign Tech Fund supports the development, improvement and maintenance of open digital infrastructure.
Code Code Ship integrates with popular package managers like npm and rubygems to provide all the necessary tools to sell your code on a subscription basis.
Distributes your subscription fee among your projects’ direct and indirect dependencies based on your project configuration.
eventyay is an open source event management solution for virtual and onsite events.
Codeheat is a coding contest by FOSSASIA and OpnTec where students and professionals contribute to Open Source software and Open Hardware projects.
Google Summer of Code connects student developers with open source projects to work on a 10 week programming project during their break from school.
The Open Source Lab is a nonprofit organization working for the advancement of open source technologies by providing hosting to open source projects.
A Linux Foundation initiative to provide a forum for a collaborative, cross-industry effort for ensuring open source security.
A stipend program by Google that bring open source projects and technical writers together, to the benefit of both.
A marketplace for selling private npm packages through API and npm install command.
A predictable fundraising, income streams, surplus redistribution, and sustainable growth to open source and public goods.
A peer-to-peer decentralized stack for building and sustaining open source software together
Codementor is an on-demand marketplace for software developers with live 1:1 help, long-term mentorship, freelance jobs and code reviews.
OpenTeams is the services marketplace where open source software users can find, vet, and contract with service providers.
NumFOCUS provides funding and resources for open source scientific computing projects.
Bytepack helps you package and delivering software products to third parties, such as developers and enterprises.
Permissionless Software Foundation is decentralized autonomous organization with the purpose to foster the growth of open source software.
Commons-based microeconomies to sustain public goods through a library of open-source decentralized components.