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Would maintainers work on their projects more if the 💰 was there? Survey results part 7

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 ...
Keenan Szulik
by Keenan Szulik
on May 29, 2018

How difficult is it to find time for open source maintenance? Survey results part 6

By Keenan Szulik on May 24, 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 ...

How is work on open source funded today? Survey results part 5

By Keenan Szulik on May 18, 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 ...

Open source is everywhere: survey results part 1

By Keenan Szulik on April 12, 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 ...

VueConf 2018 was awesome!

By John Bintz on April 3, 2018

Steve Ballmer was right about open source

By Havoc Pennington on March 15, 2018
There's a falsely-attributed-to-Gandhi quote, "First they laugh at you, then they ignore you, then they fight you, then you win."  Fifteen years ago, ...

Pay the maintainers!

By Donald Fischer on March 7, 2018
Right around the time that we were getting started with Tidelift, the New York Times published a compelling editorial entitled “Let’s Get Excited ...

Announcing the Tidelift Subscription

By Donald Fischer on February 28, 2018
At Tidelift, we care deeply for open source software.

Highlights from the FOSDEM package management dev room

By Andrew Nesbitt on February 15, 2018
A couple weeks ago a number of us from Tidelift travelled to Belgium for FOSDEM, an annual free software conference that has grown to become one of ...

Open source: who's paying the bills?

By Benjamin Nickolls on January 25, 2018
Open source software isn’t free—someone else paid for it.