Financing open source projects is hard. Therefore, we value every dollar you send our way to keep this project going after many years now. But we also want to ensure that the money is used to move the project further. This is why we’re introducing issue bounties. But first:
I’d like to call out all of our current public sponsors, you deserve a round of applause 👏:
But we value as much all the past financial contributors and anybody who spent their free or company time on the project, helping others with questions, features, or issues 💜
Our budget is no secret and you can see our expenses at Open Collective. We have recently been able to cut down our monthly recurring bills which left us wondering how we can best use the financial contributions. We value the free time contributors are putting into tuist and so we want to reward them.
We will experiment with a bounty system – our Tuist Core team will select issues and assign rewards to them. You will find the list here. We will regularly update the list and you are free to add your suggestions there. If you have yourself an issue you’d like to see resolved, you can send a donation to our project and we will declare a bounty for you.
If you are a contributor and you are interested in getting one of the bounties, just declare in a given issue you plan to work on it, implement it, and we’ll send you the bounty via GitHub Sponsors or OpenCollective 🎉
Tuist has become a vital part of organizations' development workflows, resulting in a rise in support and feature requests. Our current model of relying on volunteers' free time is unsustainable, and we are seeking funding to enable dedicated full-time contributions. Your sponsorship would be highly appreciated, as it will help us enhance Tuist and ensure its continued awesomeness.Sponsor Tuist