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Open Source, functional, modular and friendly Scala libraries.

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Custom contribution

Donation

Make a custom one time or recurring contribution to support this collective.
Recurring contribution

backer

Become a backer for $5.00 per month and help us sustain our activities!

Starts at

$5 USD / month

+ 7

11 individuals have contributed

Membership

Silver Sponsor

Have your logo listed as Silver Sponsor on our website

Starts at

$180 USD / month

2 individuals have contributed

Membership

Gold Sponsor

Have your logo listed as Gold Sponsor on our website.

Starts at

$420 USD / month

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Platinum Sposor

Have your logo listed as Platinum Sponsor on our website.

Starts at

$950 USD / month

Top financial contributors

1

Pere Villega

$400 USD since Nov 2019

2

Chris Hodapp

$200 USD since Dec 2019

3

Olli Helenius

$20 USD since Nov 2019

4

Ryan Williams

$20 USD since Nov 2019

5

Peter Perhac

$15 USD since Nov 2019

6

Albert Bikeev

$10 USD since Nov 2019

7

Ahmad Ragab

$10 USD since Nov 2019

8

Vasiliy Lukoyanov

$10 USD since Nov 2019

9

Bogdan Roman

$10 USD since Nov 2019

10

Luis Miguel Mejía...

$10 USD since Nov 2019

11

David Gregory

$10 USD since Dec 2019

12

Justin du Coeur

$5 USD since Nov 2019

13

Incognito

$5 USD since Nov 2019

Budget

See how money openly circulates through Typelevel. 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!

Monthly donation to Typelevel (Silver Sponsor)

Chris Hodapp | 12/8/2019 | View Details 
+$200.00USD

Monthly donation to Typelevel (backer)

David Gregory | 12/4/2019 | View Details 
+$10.00USD

Monthly donation to Typelevel (backer)

Olli Helenius | 12/2/2019 | View Details 
+$10.00USD

Today’s balance

$621.76 USD

Estimated annual budget

~ $5,163.19 USD

Typelevel is all of us

Our contributors 16

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

Kailuo Wang
Collective Admin
Lars Hupel
Collective Admin
Miles Sabin
Core Contributor
Pere Villega
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$400 USD

As a developer I benefit so much from the Typelevel ecosystem that supporting it is a no-brainer.

Chris Hodapp
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$200 USD

Olli Helenius
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$20 USD

Ryan Williams
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$20 USD

Peter Perhac
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$15 USD

Let's make Scala better together!

Albert Bikeev
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$10 USD

Ahmad Ragab
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$10 USD

Vasiliy Lukoy...
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$10 USD

Bogdan Roman
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$10 USD

About

Thank you for visiting the Typelevel sustainability program.
The ultimate goal for this program is to provide ways for the user community to ensure the long-term sustainability of the development and maintenance of some Typelevel libraries.

Based on the Cats ecosystem community survey 2018 results, as well as feedback from potential donors, we adopted the following principles for the program:

Principles:


* Paid maintainers focus on supporting the community contributors. In another sentence, paid maintainers’ first task is to maintain the community-driven development.
More detailed responsibilities are listed below.
* Main obligations to sponsors (individual or corporate) are limited to 
  - The existing license remains unchanged.
  - Timely security patches and mission-critical bug fixes.
  - Financial contributions will NOT grant contributors extra influence over the development.
  - Financial contributors can influence how their contribution is distributed among projects.
* The program is governed by an independent committee.
* As part of our community, sponsors hold values compatible with the Scala Code of Conduct.

Responsibilities for paid maintainers 

Based on these principles, we established the following three main goals and relevant tasks for paid maintainers. 

Goal 1: Provide guidance for community contributors

Relevant tasks:  

* Create/maintain contribution guidance documentation
* Review PRs in a timely fashion
* Create friendly issues for first-time contributors
* Provide real-time tech support for contribution related topics

Goal 2: Relieve community contributors from most fastidious, ingrate tasks

Relevant tasks: 

* Maintain/improve infrastructure, e.g. build, tests, linting etc.
* Plan and manage releases
* Backports to support of old Scala version
* Create documentation

Goal 3: Ensure the ecosystem is unblocked

Relevant Tasks: 

* Fix mission-critical bug 
* Address security vulnerabilities
* Enforce compatibility guarantees
* Take on initiatives that require a significant amount of effort usually too large for casual contributors to 
take on, e.g. complete Scala 2.13 migration; merging in typelevel/algebra; integration with Scala 3.0 std library, etc.

Funding source


We rely on donations from corporation and individual users of the OSS libraries. Aside from monetary assistance, companies can support us by:

* Providing computing resources/tools such as CI systems, communication platforms, development tools, etc.
* Paid employees' time for code contributions
* Sponsor events such as free training, conferences, by providing the venue, food, etc.
* Donation of training/support services or coupons that we can then exchange for monetary contributions.  

Perks for sponsoring companies include

* Branding on our sponsors' list (at $200 per month or 100 paid employee hours per year)
* Job posts (at $500/month level)
* Training / Technical support (if we receive such donations)

We reserve the right to respectfully decline sponsorship offers. 


Typelevel libraries in the program

1. Cats and its external modules projects including
   * cats-effect
   * cats-mtl
   * mouse
   * kittens
   * cats-tagless
   * Cats-collections
2. Shapeless
3. Spire

We are in the process of enlisting more Typelevel libraries into the program based on their maintainers’ as well as sponsors’ interests.

Please don't hesitate to reach out with questions. Our contact Email is [email protected] 

Thank you for reading this and considering supporting us.