Funding Extensions for CMS Users

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Crowdfunding Extension for Content Management Systems - Drupal, WordPress and beyond

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Wordpress Funding Extension
$1,200
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Support plugins, modules or extensions to easily add buttons and widgets for OpenCollective to po... Read more

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Current planning via Slack, Drupal Issue Queues

The maintainers of this project are generally in the #drupal room on the Open Collective Slack community. We also
Published on February 14, 2020 by Ryan Price

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How do you fund your open source project?

Published on March 11, 2020 by Ryan Price

Have you turned to crowdfunding to support your open source contributions? What platform are you using? What concerns or questions do you have?What advice can you share?What resources have you seen that are helpful for others looking to ...

Funding Extensions for CMS Users is all of us

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Everyone who has supported Funding Extensions for CMS Users. Individuals and organizations that believe in –and take ownership of– our purpose.

Gus Austin
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About

The goal of this project is to enable people to post their crowdfunding information (Patreon, OpenCollective, etc) without needing to allow script tags and integrate with popular CMS platforms (Drupal, Wordpress). Our first customer will be Drupal.org (we hope).

Drupal.org hosts its own package directory, so the integration with crowdfunding needs a plugin like this in order to scale. Any project that has a Drupal or WordPress-based web site will also benefit.

The discussion for this iteration of the project started when Github announced their FUNDING.yml file - I know there are some Drupal projects that have this file in their repo. In addition to open source software projects like Drupal modules or initiatives, we would also like to serve local or virtual user groups - local Drupal user groups or anyone who uses Drupal or WordPress and one of these ongoing crowdfunding platforms.