I offer some software under commercial licenses as an experiment in financially sustainable development.
I’m currently trying out strictEq. I experimented with License Zero through 2020.
git-cc: a TUI for creating conventional commits #
git-cc helps write conventional commits inside your existing workflow:
- you can use
git-ccto interactively guide your commit-writing or invoke it to validate your commits.
git-ccships as a standalone binary for Linux, Mac, and Windows.
- you can invoke it as git cc with similar flags as
$EDITORand the editor configured for
While it’s free for personal use, you can buy licences for commercial use for $5 on strictEq.
A set of jekyll
_includes that allow you to use hashed assets from webpack or another asset wrangler in Jekyll without a plugin. Since Github pages don’t allow custom plugins, this is the closest you’ll get to using
rails-webpacker in Jekyll. Get a license on License Zero: