Find new (co-)maintainers for your
open source software project.

Read more about the benefits of working in a team of co-maintainers on your OSS project!

How It Works

On Adoptoposs we connect people to keep open source software projects maintained
– by multiple maintainers.

Submit Your Repo

You are looking for a co-maintainer? Or someone to take over your project? Submit your repo.

Contact Maintainers

You want to help with OSS maintenance? Contacting maintainers on Adoptoposs is just one click away.

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Latest Submitted Projects


The long-awaited C# (.net/mono) wrapper for the great fprint library

@geoperez is looking for:
Someone looking to maintain this wrapper and probably upgrade it to .NET 5.
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Provides complete managed access to the popular wiringpi C library

@geoperez is looking for:
Someone looking to improve and continue the development of this wrapper.
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Provides complete managed access to the popular pigpio C library

@geoperez is looking for:
Someone looking to extend and improve the stability of the pigpio library in the .NET platofrm
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The Raspberry Pi’s IO Functionality in an easy-to-use API for Mono/.NET/C#

@geoperez is looking for:
Someone passionate about Raspberry PI using the .NET platform.
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ruyaml is a openly maintained fork of elusive ruamel-yaml package that can be used as as a drop-in replacement.

@ssbarnea is looking for:
People that want to help with project maintenance.
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Why It Matters

Open source software runs the world. Not only is most of the internet based on open source software, but thousands of programs, non-profit organizations, and companies depend on openly developed software libraries.

Currently, lots of open source libraries have only a single person who is responsible for its maintenance. However, reasons for not being able to put time into security fixes and the further development of a project are manifold. They reach from leaving the company or losing interest, to changes in your personal life, up to sad circumstances like illness, burnout or death.

If maintainers are not able to look after their projects anymore and they did not give anyone else access to their repository and the package registry, trouble is sure to follow. It will get harder and harder to keep the project well-maintained, even if the community is involved in taking it over.

Adoptoposs claims that open source software can be better maintained and maintainers will be healthier when following one important rule:

“Each and every open source software project of considerable popularity should have a team of co-maintainers.”

When a project gains popularity, original creators and maintainers will need help. Adoptoposs offers them a platform to find co-maintainers or put their projects up for adoption. It allows to make the initial contact between maintainers and future co-maintainers.

Ready for helping with open source maintenance?