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A community funded JavaScript Registry

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David Canning

175 EUR since Aug 2019

2
Victor Bjelkholm

143 EUR since Apr 2019

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Jochen Probst

80 EUR since Mar 2020

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Tom von Clef

75 EUR since May 2019

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Andrew Nesbitt

45 EUR since Apr 2019

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anonymous

15 EUR since May 2019

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Jonas Gierer

10 EUR since May 2019

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Kostas Bariotis

10 EUR since May 2019

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Hutson Betts

5 EUR since May 2019

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Soriyath Straessle

5 EUR since May 2020

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Open Registry

188 EUR since Apr 2019

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Camplight

31.13 EUR since Aug 2019

Open-Registry is all of us

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Thank you for supporting Open-Registry.

Victor Bjelkholm

Admin

€143 EUR

Open Registry

€188 EUR

Transfer from LiberaPay (7 donations)

David Canning

Monthly donations

€175 EUR

Jochen Probst

Monthly donations

€80 EUR

One foundation of Open Source must be independe...

Tom von Clef

Monthly donations

€75 EUR

Andrew Nesbitt

Monthly donations

€45 EUR

Camplight

€31 EUR

True kindness is not an act of avoiding truth, ...

anonymous

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€15 EUR

Jonas Gierer

Monthly donations

€10 EUR

Kostas Bariotis

Donator

€10 EUR

I would love to see this project becoming the d...

Hutson Betts

€5 EUR

Soriyath Stra...

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€5 EUR

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Monthly financial contribution to Open-Registry (Monthly ...

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Monthly financial contribution to Open-Registry (Monthly ...

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Today’s balance

€652.34 EUR

Total raised

€669.92 EUR

Total disbursed

€17.58 EUR

Estimated annual budget

€64.68 EUR

About


Open-Registry is a community effort to regain control of one of the most important part of the JavaScript ecosystem, the package registry.

Its purpose is to allow people to control the development, funding and support of the registry itself, by making it fully open-source and transparent for its user and the public

Open-Registry is funded, developed and maintained only by its own users, so if you're feeling extra charitable today, please consider donating

Features

Serves a full mirror of the npm registry

We know that you can't just begin from the beginning, that's why we're serving a full, live updated copy of the npm registry

Sole Focus on being a JavaScript Package Registry

This project has one goal and one goal only. Become the best JavaScript package registry on the planet.

Full Transparency

Everything you can think about is public in Open-Registry. Our finances, the infrastructure, the development, discussions about Open-Registry and more.

Public projects should be developed in the public.

If you find something that is not public, it's a mistake. Please report it to us and we'll do our best to open it up ASAP.

Funded by the community

As we want Open-Registry to be 100% for and by the users, it only makes sense that the funding for the project is from the users. That way, we don't need to waste any time on trying to come up with ways to "extract value" from our users or courting VCs

Governed by the community

Everything that Open-Registry does and thinks about doing is from the community of users. Anyone can participate and make their voices heard.

Developed by the community

Of course, everything related to Open-Registry is Open Source under the MIT license. But not only that, planning and everything else is also done in the public, as Open Source is not just about the license.

Cover image: Photo by Keith Camilleri from Unsplash

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