On Mon, 2 May 2022 02:36:46 -0700 (PDT)
Renato Fabbri <renato...@gmail.com
> This is not only for me (I would love to), but a question for the community
> in general.
> Do we have knowledge of budget (interested companies or individuals, public
> for developing Vim plugins?
FWIW my policy for software dev commissions is here:
( item #3 )
I am open for writing vim plugins as long as i can use vim-python3 or similar.
> Explaining a bit...
> In the last years, I have many times thought about the possibility of
> working with Vim:
> finding payment for developing plugins or even Vim internals, or writing
> documentation (making videos?).
> I have a made few plugins (for colors, taking periodic notes, having bots
> input ideas, etc),
> which I sometimes use daily, but it would also be nice to work in other
> people's code
> to grasp smart (and even recommended) ways to do things.
> I guess this is the case for many Vim users.
> On the other side, we as a company (here at Modena/Italy) may look into
> (public, private, own) funding to develop Vim (internals, plugins, doc).
> We would also enjoy developing Vim plugins (internals? docs?) if someone
> needs or wants them.
> Any thoughts?
> Renato Fabbri
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