Chris K Wensel is creating Free and Open Source Software (FOSS)
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I write free and open source software for fun and profit.

You can follow my work here: http://www.heretical.io/authors/chris-k-wensel/

I love to write software that people use, but mostly you never know if people are using it until they have issues.

So, with hope other developers do the same, I've created a Patreon page where individuals can support me doing what I love because they find value in it. A way to say thanks and keep it up. So I know my work and my time is valued.

It's also fair to say if businesses and teams are profiting from my efforts to keep projects innovating, current, and reliable, they should share their success in using my tools and code.

People like me love to take a gamble on an idea. If it resonates, we keep going. We take the upfront risk in hopes people benefit and in return we can benefit.

In the free and open source space, this has always been a bit lopsided. I think it makes sense to even things out so others like me will take the upfront risks and build something I find wonderful.
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If you use Cascading and have it in production, let's work together to keep it current. The more patrons on this goal, the more time I can spend updating and innovating.
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I write free and open source software for fun and profit.

You can follow my work here: http://www.heretical.io/authors/chris-k-wensel/

I love to write software that people use, but mostly you never know if people are using it until they have issues.

So, with hope other developers do the same, I've created a Patreon page where individuals can support me doing what I love because they find value in it. A way to say thanks and keep it up. So I know my work and my time is valued.

It's also fair to say if businesses and teams are profiting from my efforts to keep projects innovating, current, and reliable, they should share their success in using my tools and code.

People like me love to take a gamble on an idea. If it resonates, we keep going. We take the upfront risk in hopes people benefit and in return we can benefit.

In the free and open source space, this has always been a bit lopsided. I think it makes sense to even things out so others like me will take the upfront risks and build something I find wonderful.

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