OpenCollective to sustain yourself when they take 50% from the donations.
Open Collective doesn't take 1/2 https://docs.opencollective.com/help/about/pricing
@cmcintosh I think what they're summarizing at the top of the page is pretty clear "Setting up a Collective is free, but there are fees if you want to accept and pay out money, usually 5%-10%." https://docs.opencollective.com/help/about/pricing
The fees for OpenDevShop collective are pretty well described in this section https://docs.opencollective.com/help/about/pricing#how-are-open-collectives-fees-determined
All in all I think it's a pretty good OSS project and community for helping sustain projects like https://opencollective.com/devshop
Even tho some of the goals are obscured :smile:
Also should fill out this https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeHkLnElxRN8Su3aZ2-XM1f4u4YpHMDIqkz7egIDbXDN6KMFg/viewform
Which is coming from this support group https://www.drupal.org/project/maintainers
I am interested in this question as well. On the OpenCollective page there is a watermark for "Wordpress Support".
I just popped in to ask again if WordPress support was listed as a goal https://opencollective.com/devshop
Hopefully OC will soon launching their new profile pages which will resolve the bugs in their goal display https://github.com/opencollective/opencollective/issues/1434#issuecomment-483890448
drush ulilink in the docker logs or run
bashin the aegir container and use
drush @hostmaster ulito get a new one time login link. Best practice to to not set a password for admin ever, but create a second admin user for login to the front-end