Source: GitHub Blog | Author: Devon Zuegel
GitHub Sponsors 관심있지만 어디부터 시작해야 할지 몰라요? 개인 계정으로 가입해야 할지 기업 계정으로 가입해야 할지? 이 가이드는 오픈 소스 프로젝트 투자를 받기 위한 여러 방법을 알 수 있습니다.
We’ll cover how to sign up and receive funds, as an:
And we’ll review a few other topics on how to:
- Display your Sponsors profile or external funding links with a button on your project
- Add sponsor buttons to all of your projects
- Give credit to other team members working on your project
How do I receive funds for open source work as an individual?
If you have a GitHub account and contribute to open source, you can apply to become a sponsored developer. This application is where you can share details about your open source work, which is part of determining your eligibility for the GitHub Sponsors Matching Fund. Applicants with a bank account in any of our supported countries will receive an email on how to get started within two weeks.
You can create your sponsorship profile as soon as you receive the welcome email. Your profile is an opportunity to share your work and how you can benefit from sponsorships. After submitting your profile, we’ll review it and let you know when it’s live to share with friends, on social media, in conversations on GitHub, and more.
Once you start to receive funds, you’re responsible for evaluating and paying your own taxes. GitHub does not withhold tax from GitHub Sponsors payments.
How do we receive funds as a GitHub organization with a bank account?
How do we receive funds as a GitHub organization without a bank account?
If your organization is ready to receive funding but doesn’t have a bank account, sign up with a fiscal sponsor like Open Source Collective.
Once you have a fiscal sponsor, your GitHub organization can sign up for sponsorship. When you sign up for GitHub Sponsors, select “This organization is using a fiscal sponsor.”
How do I display my GitHub Sponsors profile on a project?
As a sponsored developer, you can display a sponsor button on your repository, so others can support your project.
- Add a FUNDING.yml file to your foobar repository.
# repo: your_github_handle/project_name # filename: FUNDING.YML github: your_github_handle
- Enable Sponsorships in the Settings page.
- Visit your repository where you enabled the Sponsor button. The button is now displayed for future sponsors.
How do I display Patreon, Open Collective, or another external funding platform on a project?
You can display one or more external funding options by adding them to your FUNDING.yml file:
patreon: patreon_username open_collective: open_collective_username ko_fi: ko_fi_username tidelift: tidelift_package_name community_bridge: community_bridge_username liberapay: liberapay_username issuehunt: issuehunt_username otechie: otechie_username custom: ["custom_url.com", “another_custom_url.com”]
How do I add sponsor buttons to all of my projects?
If you have a bunch of projects, it’s a hassle to create a FUNDING.yml file for every individual repository. Instead, you can add a default FUNDING.yml file for all of them. This default can be overridden for each repository.
Create a default FUNDING.yml file for all projects in your personal .github repository.
# repo: your_github_handle/.github # filename: FUNDING.YML github: your_name
If the projects live within a GitHub organization instead of your personal account, follow the same process—just add FUNDING.yml to the organization’s .github repository instead.
How do I give credit to other team members working on my project?
If you start working with another developer on your project, you may want to add their GitHub Sponsors profile to the project. You can update the FUNDING.yml file for the project to make their profile visible on the modal for the Sponsors button.
# repo: your_github_handle/foobar # filename: FUNDING.YML github: [your_github_handle, friend]