Yuki Hattori

Yuki Hattori

is creating Marp and some OSS projects

2

patrons

$9

per month
Hi, folks! I'm Yuki Hattori (@yhatt), Web developer and OSS maintainer living in Japan.

I've started creating Marp: Markdown Presentation Writer in 2015, and it is being supported by many users and over ⭐️ 8K stars! It has already stopped maintenance, but I'm already working vigorously toward the future of Marp!

Marp Next

Marp Team's brand-new Marp ecosystem a.k.a. Marp Next is consisted of modularized projects, and can use in various situations: CLI, Web, VS Code extension, and so on. I aim to be easy to create slide deck like PowerPoint and Keynote via Markdown.


In addition, we have planned desktop version based on Marp Web with PWA for replacing the old Marp. Our entrance repository marp-team/marp has a full list of tools provided by Marp ecosystem.

Based on my regret in the old Marp, we are focusing to developer experience too. Marp Next has consisted of many simple-scoped projects using modern JavaScript and TypeScript. Developer can build DIY slide tool based on our engine by using provided Marp core or Marpit framework through npm module.

A main problem is to have to spend a lot of time for developing and maintaining these projects. I'm working to become easy to contribute our OSS projects, but Marp Team is still only me and I must be working hard. (Of course we welcome to your contribute!)

Open source

I have the other OSS projects contributes as a maintainer too.


Got it, but why Patreon?

I'm loving open source! 😍 I want to keep and grow Marp based on our open-source community. Also NEVER want to require any payments for using Marp and its ecosystem. So direct contribution via Patreon (or GitHub Sponsors) is just not mandatory.

Nevertheless, the reason why starting crowdfunding is that I want to recieve more rational value from my work for OSS. My company is well understood about working me for Marp, but Marp is not true mission as employee. So working for Marp does not make reasonable payments.

Your contribution is required to continue developing Marp!
Hi, folks! I'm Yuki Hattori (@yhatt), Web developer and OSS maintainer living in Japan.

I've started creating Marp: Markdown Presentation Writer in 2015, and it is being supported by many users and over ⭐️ 8K stars! It has already stopped maintenance, but I'm already working vigorously toward the future of Marp!

Marp Next

Marp Team's brand-new Marp ecosystem a.k.a. Marp Next is consisted of modularized projects, and can use in various situations: CLI, Web, VS Code extension, and so on. I aim to be easy to create slide deck like PowerPoint and Keynote via Markdown.


In addition, we have planned desktop version based on Marp Web with PWA for replacing the old Marp. Our entrance repository marp-team/marp has a full list of tools provided by Marp ecosystem.

Based on my regret in the old Marp, we are focusing to developer experience too. Marp Next has consisted of many simple-scoped projects using modern JavaScript and TypeScript. Developer can build DIY slide tool based on our engine by using provided Marp core or Marpit framework through npm module.

A main problem is to have to spend a lot of time for developing and maintaining these projects. I'm working to become easy to contribute our OSS projects, but Marp Team is still only me and I must be working hard. (Of course we welcome to your contribute!)

Open source

I have the other OSS projects contributes as a maintainer too.


Got it, but why Patreon?

I'm loving open source! 😍 I want to keep and grow Marp based on our open-source community. Also NEVER want to require any payments for using Marp and its ecosystem. So direct contribution via Patreon (or GitHub Sponsors) is just not mandatory.

Nevertheless, the reason why starting crowdfunding is that I want to recieve more rational value from my work for OSS. My company is well understood about working me for Marp, but Marp is not true mission as employee. So working for Marp does not make reasonable payments.

Your contribution is required to continue developing Marp!

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