Sponsor Contrib

Cool Sponsor Perks: Sponsor Today

  1. 20% courtesy rate for module-related professional services such as audits, reviews and ports
  2. Development leads from our marketing efforts
  3. 2 hours of free code review ($300 value)
  4. Social Media promotion & support through Twitter and Linkedin
  5. Joint marketing opportunities for module-related blogs, content
  6. Quality listing page on TSM.com with team members, blogs and links to key projects 

Get Back $50,000

Annual Revenue

% Your Teams Spends Module Wrangling

Wasted Effort

$1,000,000

5%-20% of project time spent on research, testing, patching.

Potential savings = $50k to $200k 
Sponsoring TSM means higher quality projects, delivered faster.

$5,000,000

5%-20% of project time spent on research, testing, patching.

Potential savings = $250k to $1m
Sponsoring TSM means higher quality projects, delivered faster.

$10,000,000

5%-20% of project time spent on research, testing, patching.

Potential savings = $500k to $2m
Sponsoring TSM means higher quality projects, delivered faster.


Reward Extra Effort

To receive the TSM Approved badge means a significant amount of work for the maintainer. They also pledge to stay active in issue queue, roll your patches faster and work harder on every free module they submit. The payoff is sponsorship and professional services. We ask them to work harder. We ask you to help us reward this extra effort. Without your sponsorship we will not be able to gain momentum and continue the work to improve contrib.


Happier Development Teams & Customers:

What percentage of your dev team's time is spent on researching, testing, patching and writing modules? This is work they don't really enjoy and it doesn't generate any visible value to the client. Modules should be well-written code, documented and interoperable. 

Regressive Work: Researching, vetting, testing, patching and maintaining modules. 
Progressive Work: Building cool features that your customers will love.


Contrib Kharma, Development Dharma

You use contrib modules to earn your living. We have to understand as a community that standing on the shoulders of giants is great. What we don't want to do is stand on the shoulders of unpaid and underpaid engineers. Our goal is to allow contrib maintainers to earn a living writing the modules you used to build your business. In this way, contrib gets better for everyone. That means your next project will be even better and easier.