Accepting sponsorship

, 2 min read

I have just set up a sponsorship profile on GitHub 🎉

The past two years I have been working on Clippy in my free time, sometimes before and sometimes after my full-time programming job. To date I have contributed over 200 pull requests to Clippy, Rust and other Rust related projects. If you feel like my work is worth supporting, you now have the option to do so!

Some of my past contribution highlights include:

At the time of this writing, I'm working on:

You can always check what I'm currently working on, in this GitHub project.

What about rewards?

I've set the bar for rewards high. I only have limited time every day to work on open source and want to spend that time on the Rust things I'm passionate about. This makes sure I'm motivated for the tasks I choose to work on.

To keep my work sustainable, I make one commitment for now: I will post monthly reviews publicly here on the blog. These reviews will include:

  • A special shout-out to new sponsors (unless you don't want to be mentioned)
  • Review of what I've worked on during the past month
  • Goals for the next month
  • Reflections on my work, productivity and motivation for the past month
  • As I'm freeing up more time to work on open-source based on sponsorships, there will be more things coming in the future, for sure
Support my work via GitHub Support my work via Patreon Support my work via PayPal

If you have any questions or feedback, I'm happy to talk on Twitter or in private at dev@phansch.net.


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Philipp Hansch

Full Stack Developer

Philipp is a full stack developer currently heavily involved with Rust. Most notably he's a member of the Clippy team where he helps with bugfixing and documentation. You can follow him on Twitter and find him on GitHub as well as Patreon.