Ian Ynda-Hummel is creating Amethyst, a Tiling Window Manager for macOS
11

patrons

$53
per release
I develop a tiling window manager for macOS called Amethyst. It is in the vein of xmonad, a delightful tiling window manager for linux. Amethyst is open source and free. Amethyst will always be open source and free. The number of dollars to this page will absolutely never change that. This page exists solely because a couple of users have expressed interest in donating to show their appreciation.

All proceeds will be donated to a good cause. The particular organization will change month-to-month. Details on how that decision will be made coming soon. Example organizations include:


And a bunch of technology-oriented ones:


You can find more info about Amethyst here and if you are so inclined you can check out the source code on GitHub here.

Releases are a bit sporadic, but frequently come in bursts. If you are going to pledge money I would recommend setting a monthly maximum so that you don't end up getting hit with a quadruple payment when I do 4 releases in a row.
Rewards
Pledge $1 or more per release
7 patrons
You'll get a personal heartfelt message from me if you want it. Really, Patreon just doesn't allow you to not include rewards so I have to put something here.

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I develop a tiling window manager for macOS called Amethyst. It is in the vein of xmonad, a delightful tiling window manager for linux. Amethyst is open source and free. Amethyst will always be open source and free. The number of dollars to this page will absolutely never change that. This page exists solely because a couple of users have expressed interest in donating to show their appreciation.

All proceeds will be donated to a good cause. The particular organization will change month-to-month. Details on how that decision will be made coming soon. Example organizations include:


And a bunch of technology-oriented ones:


You can find more info about Amethyst here and if you are so inclined you can check out the source code on GitHub here.

Releases are a bit sporadic, but frequently come in bursts. If you are going to pledge money I would recommend setting a monthly maximum so that you don't end up getting hit with a quadruple payment when I do 4 releases in a row.

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Rewards
Pledge $1 or more per release
7 patrons
You'll get a personal heartfelt message from me if you want it. Really, Patreon just doesn't allow you to not include rewards so I have to put something here.