«Contributing to open source projects is not only about passing on your own know-how, it is also about supporting the community, exchanging ideas and learning from each other.»

Since our founding, we have relied on open source software. This solution is openly available for use and further development to programmers and developers worldwide. We are convinced of the security, stability and quality of it and therefore support it with financial donations and our investment time – be it during work hours or also after work in our freetime. Below you can see which open source projects we are currently supporting the most and how many contributions we have already made in total.

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Do you know of any great open source that we also should support? Then get in touch with us. We love to learn about interesting projects.


So far we have made0 contributions 🥳

Lukas Bischof
contributed on 22.5.2022
(Improve README a bit)

Lukas Bischof
contributed on 21.5.2022
(Pagination)

Nick Flückiger
contributed on 19.5.2022
(Update 04-crossplane.md)

Lukas Bischof
contributed on 18.5.2022
(Striking Attack)

Lukas Bischof
contributed on 18.5.2022
(Include phone number in service inquiry mail)

Lukas Bischof
contributed on 11.5.2022
(Gnome Grafik)

Lukas Bischof
contributed on 11.5.2022
(Fix archer animation)

Lukas Bischof
contributed on 9.5.2022
(46 Boss Kampf)

Lukas Bischof
contributed on 8.5.2022
(Ignore correct idea folder)

Nick Flückiger
contributed on 6.5.2022
(Add section for m1 setup)

Lukas Bischof
contributed on 5.5.2022
(Fix bullet drag)

Lukas Bischof
contributed on 1.5.2022
(Update Rails)

Raphael Nestler
contributed on 28.4.2022
(Rename module from PID to pid)

Raphael Nestler
contributed on 28.4.2022
(Update CHANGELOG with recent changes)

Lukas Bischof
contributed on 24.4.2022
(Delete .idea directory)

Raphael Nestler
contributed on 21.4.2022
(Remove duplicate output_limits definition)

Raphael Nestler
contributed on 21.4.2022
(Fix mypy issue by using an explicit export)

Simon Huber
contributed on 20.4.2022
(Release/2022 04 20)

Simon Huber
contributed on 20.4.2022
(Improve error messages on import)

Nick Flückiger
contributed on 19.4.2022
(feat: Migrate linting from semaphore to github actions)