Open Collective
Open Collective

Browserslist

Keeping browsers diversity in front-end tools

Estimated Annual Budget
$5,625
Today's Balance
$6,963.59
Loshadka project
$12,000

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Padlet

$1,500 USD since Dec 2021

2
Ubie

$1,000 USD since Feb 2022

3
Cube

$820 USD since Feb 2022

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Lombiq Technologies Ltd.

$750 USD since Sep 2021

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dtc innovation

$520 USD since Oct 2021

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CARTA HOLDINGS

$240 USD since Apr 2022

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$143 USD since Jan 2022

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$100 USD since Apr 2021

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$90 USD since Jun 2021

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$20 USD since Apr 2020

Individuals

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Matthias Kopolt

$500 USD since Dec 2021

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Nicolò Ribaudo

$240 USD since Apr 2020

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Sahithyen Kanaganayagam

$200 USD since Jan 2021

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Peter Pistorius

$130 USD since Sep 2020

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Peter J

$105 USD since Jan 2020

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Arimah Greene

$100 USD since Oct 2020

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Jeffrey Rennie

$95 USD since May 2021

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Joshua Richards

$75 USD since Jun 2021

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Vlad Yanchevsky

$70 USD since Mar 2021

Browserslist is all of us

Our contributors 69

Thank you for supporting Browserslist.

Padlet

$1,500 USD

Ubie

$1,000 USD

Cube

$820 USD

Matthias Kopolt

$500 USD

Nicolò Ribaudo

Backer

$240 USD

GitBook

Backer

$143 USD

Peter Pistorius

Backer

$130 USD

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Financial contribution to Browserslist

Credit from StackAid to Browserslist

+$1.00USD
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Monthly financial contribution to Browserslist (Backer)

Credit from TBUS to Browserslist

+$10.00USD
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Contribution #589801
Monthly financial contribution to Browserslist

Credit from Lombiq Technologies Ltd. to Browserslist

+$50.00USD
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Today’s balance

$6,963.59 USD

Total raised

$6,963.59 USD

Total disbursed

--.-- USD

Estimated annual budget

$5,624.78 USD

About


Browserslist 🦔 is a library for front-end tools. It reads a special config with queries like last 2 versions and generates a list of browsers, which you support.

Many popular tools use this library to get target browsers:

  • Babel, Autoprefixer, postcss-preset-env, and postcss-normalize make website compatible with all target browsers.
  • Plugins for ESLint and Stylelint show a warning to the developer if code will not work in target browsers.
  • Create React App, Angular CLI and Parcel use this config.
  • >600 other tools depend on Browserslist.
  • Since Browserslist is industry-standard, junior developers know where to find target browsers.

With 60M downloads per month, it’s very likely that Browserslist already helps your company maintain styles. You can check it by npm ls browserslist command.

Browserslist was created to keep browsers diversity. With queries like `last 2 versions` (instead of `chrome: 76`) developers will not make the popular mistake of ignoring browsers non-popular in Western countries.

We are using funds to:
  • Refactor the project to improve security.
  • Support the ecosystem around the tool.
  • Help front-end tools to use Browserslist properly.
  • Talk with local webdev communities around the world to find popular browsers in these countries.
  • Promote best practices in globalization and making a website accessible for users with any browsers.
Read more about our next plans in the big ”Loshadka” project.

We need funs for:
  • We need about a month of work for caniuse-lite auto-release refactoring
  • The extra month is a reserve for unavoidable delays during the refactoring. If we will finish refactoring during the first month, we will use this month to improve the website and add linter to Browserslist to promote config best practices.
  • I will be able to work full-time on Browserslist for $6,000 per month.

Our team