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The results are in from our 2018 professional open source survey. Learn more.

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Introducing the Tidelift open source software assessment

Recently, Tidelift published the results of our 2018 survey of professional open source users and maintainers. There are several surprising findings ...
John Marcus III
by John Marcus III
on July 31, 2018

Babel, Vue, and Vuetify are now part of the Tidelift Subscription

By Brenna Heaps on July 24, 2018
We’re happy to share that the Tidelift subscription now includes three popular open source projects within the JavaScript ecosystem: Babel, Vue, and ...

How professional open source users evaluate their software: survey results part 3

By Keenan Szulik on May 10, 2018
Earlier this year, we launched our first professional open source survey. Our goal? To gain deeper perspective about what can be done to make open ...

Want to better understand your current dependencies? Here's how.

By Havoc Pennington on February 28, 2018
Today we're launching the Tidelift Subscription, a service that gives professional assurances to commercial users of open source while funding ...

Equifax, open source, and glass houses

By Donald Fischer on February 13, 2018
Equifax is back in the news, with the latest reports indicating that hackers acquired not only names, social security numbers, birth dates, and ...

Dependency management and your software health

By Keenan Szulik on February 8, 2018
As I’ve written about before, the packaging of open source software is trending towards increasingly granular modules, distributed through a ...

Bit Rot: the silent killer

By Andrew Nesbitt on January 30, 2018
Your code is rotting right now.

Managing the complexities of modular software

By Keenan Szulik on January 11, 2018
Last week, I took a dive into the world of JavaScript and NPM (its largest package manager) exploring the granularity of JavaScript software and the ...

Revealing a world of hidden dependencies with Libraries.io

By Keenan Szulik on December 5, 2017
A couple of weeks ago, we announced that Tidelift had joined forces with Libraries.io to make open source software work better for developers and ...

Our second Libraries.io open data release has arrived

By Andrew Nesbitt on November 30, 2017
Today we’re publishing another Libraries.io open data release with over 311 million rows of metadata about open source projects and the network of ...