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Our mission at Tidelift is to make open source work better for users and creators alike. 
Blaine Bublitz
by Blaine Bublitz
on September 19, 2019

Tidelift and the Python Software Foundation join up to support Flask and Pallets Projects

By Donald Fischer on September 17, 2019
Today the Python Software Foundation and Tidelift announced a partnership to support the community-driven Pallets Projects. These include the open ...

Tidelift at GitLab Commit

By Jerika Phelps on September 16, 2019
We’re sponsoring GitLab Commit in Brooklyn on Tuesday, Sept. 17. This is the inaugural GitLab Commit and we’re excited to be a part of it. We’re ...

Tidelift at React Live

By Jerika Phelps on September 12, 2019
Tidelift is excited to be sponsoring React Live in Amsterdam Friday, Sept. 13. This is the first React event we’ve sponsored, and we’re so excited to ...

Improve collaboration through community health files

By Blaine Bublitz on September 10, 2019
Whether you are an open source project maintainer or just starting to contribute on your first project, community health files in the project ...

Thousands of packages are eligible for income on Tidelift. Here’s how to search the growing list.

By Keenan Szulik on September 5, 2019
When we hosted our first ever lifter event earlier this year, we asked the open source maintainers in attendance to imagine the future of open ...

Check out The Changelog's maintainer spotlight, featuring lifter Feross Aboukhadijeh

By Amy Hays on September 3, 2019
A few months ago, we announced our partnership with the podcast The Changelog. Each month, we partner with them on a new Maintainer Spotlight podcast ...

How to get an enterprise-class experience for community-led open source projects

By Donald Fischer on August 29, 2019
Once chided as a movement made up of communists and thieves, open source today is the modern development platform for corporate applications. Across ...

Project Lombok's Roel Spilker: Why rejecting good ideas is the hardest part of being a maintainer

By Brenna Heaps on August 27, 2019
Project Lombok maintainer Roel Spilker thinks the hardest part of being a maintainer is rejecting good feature ideas. It’s heartbreaking, he said, to ...

A peek inside the Tidelift technology stack

By Jeremy Katz on August 22, 2019
Like most engineers, I’m always curious about the technology stack the companies I admire are built upon. We’ve had several people ask about what we ...

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