Nearly two years ago we started very carefully experimenting with free hosting of open source projects. We recently rolled out the v2 of this program for open source projects, and today we're extending the same offer for Patreon creators. Free Discourse Hosting For Your Patreon Project Are you a creator
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Nearly two years ago we started very carefully experimenting with free hosting of open source projects. Today we're announcing the next iteration of our free hosting program, casting a much wider net this time. Free Discourse Hosting For Your Open Source Project Do you run a popular open source project?
Interest-based forums are perhaps the ultimate community experience. These oases on the internet are where you realise that geeking out big-time on knitting, robotics, fantasy football or what-have-you is totally a thing, and there’s no shortage of likeminded enthusiasts out there ready to geek out with you. Unfortunately these
This summer, Discourse will be participating in three different "summer of code" projects! Google Summer of Code 2017 First of all, we're happy to announce that we've been accepted into Google Summer of Code [https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com/] for the 2nd time in a row. * Official Profile [https://summerofcode.withgoogle.
In late October Mozilla announced something called the Mozilla Open Source Support Program [https://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2015/10/23/mozilla-launches-open-source-support-program/] . Their selection criteria seemed favourable towards Discourse, so we decided to take a shot at it. > I am reminded regularly of how deeply Mozillians identify open source and
It's been a little over a month since we launched our second partner, Boing Boing [http://boingboing.net/2013/06/27/can-we-talk.html]. [http://boingboing.net/2013/06/27/can-we-talk.html]Boing Boing has a long history of experimenting with comment and discussion systems. The Web Archives has images of