We’ve also joined the crowdfunding platform OpenCollective to ensure a sustainable future for Rollup.
What is code-splitting, and why should I care?
Now we need your help
Up until now, Rollup has been developed by over one hundred volunteers who have collectively donated thousands of hours of coding and other forms of expertise, but it’s increasingly apparent that Rollup needs a more sustainable footing.
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That’s why we’ve joined OpenCollective, the crowdfunding platform for open source projects. Your support will mean that we can continue to improve and iterate on cutting-edge features while ensuring this work is sustainable for our core team members — in particular Guy, who has also implemented dynamic
import() support (the fudge sauce to the code-splitting sundae) and Lukas Taegert, who has overhauled Rollup’s treeshaking and laid the foundations for future optimisations.
We’re hugely grateful for the early backing we’ve received from Mixmax, Kent C. Dodds, Matt Pilott and Jeff Wainwright. Because we’re using OpenCollective, our accounting is fully transparent — you’ll be able to keep track of our funding status and how the money is being used.
How to support Rollup
You can donate here. If Rollup (or a library that’s built with it) is an important part of your project, please consider donating or sharing this with your employer.
If you represent a company and you would like to donate more than the current top ‘sponsor’ tier ($100 per month) then please reach out to us on Twitter! Our DMs are open.