sled

Open source

due to trustworthiness issues with Ferrous Systems, sled is now accepting support via GitHub sponsors instead

Budget

See how money openly circulates through sled. All contributions and all expenses are published in our transparent public ledger. Learn who is donating, how much, where is that money going, submit expenses, get reimbursed and more!

-€339.74 EUR
Paid
Receipt
engineering

Monthly financial contribution to sled

from badtuple4/3/2020

+€15.00EUR
cancelled

Monthly financial contribution to sled (backer)

from Ivo Georgiev4/2/2020

+€10.00EUR
cancelled

Today’s balance

€0.00 EUR

Estimated annual budget

~ €339.74 EUR

sled is all of us

Our contributors 6

Everyone who has supported sled. Individuals and organizations that believe in –and take ownership of– our purpose.

Tyler Neely
Admin

Engineer and Community Manager

badtuple
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

€135 EUR

Super excited by the work going into Sled! Keep it up :D

Ivo Georgiev
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

€100 EUR

data comrade

Renee Johnson
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

€100 EUR

John Douglas
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

€50 EUR

rock on...

Pedro Arruda
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

€10 EUR

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About

The sled project is an effort to make creating stateful systems in Rust as easy as possible. We are building a high-performance storage engine with an intuitive API that doesn't force users to make brutal trade-offs in their selection of an underlying engine. Using a modified Bw-Tree storage technique, we seek B+Tree-like read latency with LSM-Tree-like write throughput.

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