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Updates we Love
- We love that hREA is being so intentional about their community in this update. Good work, keep it up. Later addition: they are keeping it love. Love the use of this update, too, to say thanks.
- A lot of open-source success comes from just putting in the work. This update from git-bug, a distributed bug tracker embedded in Git, announces v0.8.0, with over 800 commits and two years' worth of changes. Excellent work.
- It's great to see that collectives can raise money immediately - this update from LibreCad, a free, open-source 2D CAD software, thanks everyone who submitted in their first month. <4.
- Always good to see collectives spend funds on resources to help people better understand their project. Check out the new video from Owncast, a self-hosted live-streaming solution.
- It's excellent seeing strong collectives consistently managing to pay out to their contributors. That's what Yii Software has been doing, and this update is chock-full of thanks to supporters.
- Great to see projects switching to Mastodon. Here's one update that talks about what that switch has meant for the php community, and how they're using an Open Collective project to fund their Mastodon instance.
- Of course the PHP Foundation also has amazing updates - love all of the hearts in the git log – and this update, celebrating the first year and showing all of their fiscal breakdowns. Excellent work.
- Maintainer turnover is normal, natural, and not something to be feared. Love this update from Remmina, a remote desktop client, about the switch of maintenance.
- I love seeing this breakdown of the design strategy from the Kairos Research Lab. This is an excellent showcase of how to work together to plan and allocate resources well in an open-source project.
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New Collectives we Love
- BrainUp - An interactive audio exercise platform for people with cognitive speech problems
- Clojure Camp - A community dedicated to teaching people about Clojure
- Electerm - A massively used open source terminal/ssh/sftp client with multiple language support
- Limbus - A Biobank Information Management System (BIMS) for the management of biospecimens, coming out of Aberystwyth University
- STC - A faster TypeScript type checker
- Unclutter - A reader mode and article library for your browser