Andriy Lesyuk is creating open source software
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My main contribution to open source has been the development of plugins for  Redmine. Thus, I'm the author of more than 20 open source plugins for this tool. The most popular ones are  WikiNG (Wiki syntax extensions + user mentions and user-defined macros),  SCM Creator (automatic repository creation with support of GitHub),  ISSUE-id (implementation of JIRA-like issue IDs),  Extended Fields (many improvements related to custom fields),  Project Sections (an implementation of project categories) and more (see a list here).

My contribution for Redmine also includes the open source Red-Andy theme (which I use on my website) and the Mastering Redmine book (this one is not free though).

Besides plugins and a theme for Redmine, I also wrote several open source plugins for WordPress (Language Mix, that implements another vision of multilingual sites, and others). Additionally, for Redmine and WordPress I implemented an integration solution, that consists of two plugins and a theme (check details here). At last, I'm also the author of the CD-Index command line tools, which can be used for indexing and then browsing and searching in your media collection (CDs, DVDs, BDs). But, even that's not all (I'm also the author of other open source tools and of a blog, where I write about Redmine and other things time of the time).

Unfortunately, in addition to my open source related projects I need to work on things, that bring some money (including writing Redmine plugins for money). And, the more I'm busy earning money, the less I'm able to allocate time for my free projects. That's why I decided to participate in Patreon, where I hope to get some income for my open source contribution, as this would let me pay more attention to my free projects.

I'm thinking about giving to those of you, who will become my patrons, an ability to influence, which features in my projects will be implemented first (and which bugs will be fixed before others). For this I may need to add you to my projects as members (of the Patron role, for example), so be sure to let me know, which my projects are interesting for you. Probably, in future I may also write another small open source plugin to prioritize corresponding tasks on my Redmine installation.

Thanks for your support!
Andriy
My main contribution to open source has been the development of plugins for  Redmine. Thus, I'm the author of more than 20 open source plugins for this tool. The most popular ones are  WikiNG (Wiki syntax extensions + user mentions and user-defined macros),  SCM Creator (automatic repository creation with support of GitHub),  ISSUE-id (implementation of JIRA-like issue IDs),  Extended Fields (many improvements related to custom fields),  Project Sections (an implementation of project categories) and more (see a list here).

My contribution for Redmine also includes the open source Red-Andy theme (which I use on my website) and the Mastering Redmine book (this one is not free though).

Besides plugins and a theme for Redmine, I also wrote several open source plugins for WordPress (Language Mix, that implements another vision of multilingual sites, and others). Additionally, for Redmine and WordPress I implemented an integration solution, that consists of two plugins and a theme (check details here). At last, I'm also the author of the CD-Index command line tools, which can be used for indexing and then browsing and searching in your media collection (CDs, DVDs, BDs). But, even that's not all (I'm also the author of other open source tools and of a blog, where I write about Redmine and other things time of the time).

Unfortunately, in addition to my open source related projects I need to work on things, that bring some money (including writing Redmine plugins for money). And, the more I'm busy earning money, the less I'm able to allocate time for my free projects. That's why I decided to participate in Patreon, where I hope to get some income for my open source contribution, as this would let me pay more attention to my free projects.

I'm thinking about giving to those of you, who will become my patrons, an ability to influence, which features in my projects will be implemented first (and which bugs will be fixed before others). For this I may need to add you to my projects as members (of the Patron role, for example), so be sure to let me know, which my projects are interesting for you. Probably, in future I may also write another small open source plugin to prioritize corresponding tasks on my Redmine installation.

Thanks for your support!
Andriy

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