Our infrastructure is made possible thanks to the help of the following sponsors:


Cyberia is a collective named after an important place in the anime Serial Experiments Lain.

They’ve been using our project for years and donated us physical Mac hardware to improve our development workflow and handling of macOS development.

Previously we used a remote machine to test and develop on a macOS system. Both managing for this machine as well as it being remote and hosted meant unnecessary efforts with a cumbersome and error prone workflow. Thanks to Cyberia we can use our own physical hardware now, which helps us a lot in moving forward with macOS.

Thank you very much Cyberia!


Thanks to Fastly’s CDN, only ~5% of the traffic hits our servers. The rest of the traffic is served by their insanely fast network.

This service provides us quite a few important advantages, such as:

  • Caching. This allowed our websites to be reachable during server(s) maintenance.
  • High speed. Very important, especially for our download server.
  • Lower bandwidth costs (our servers are not sponsored).
  • IPv6 support, even for IPv4-only backends.
  • DDoS protection.

Also, we haven’t experienced a single downtime in many years.


Thanks to MacStadium we can maintain support for macOS, as they provide us access to a 2012 Mac Mini.

Before that, the only member of our team who owns a Mac used to do all the macOS-related work, until he unfortunately had no time to dedicate to the project anymore.

We’re very happy with the service so far. Slightly less happy with macOS, but that’s another story (and unrelated to the service itself).


Our experience with 1Password began years ago, when looking for a versatile way to share credentials with the team.

A team member had already been using their service for a while, so we decided to give it a try.

Fast forward to today and we can say for sure that we couldn’t be happier.

  • The web interface is great. Navigating between multiple vaults and managing the organization is intuitive.
  • The password generator is excellent, it outputs passwords that can be easily typed.
  • No trackers. This is very important, especially when dealing with credentials.
  • 2FA is supported, allowing us to use it for shared accounts.

They are now offering us their service for free! For reference: https://github.com/1Password/1password-teams-open-source/pull/243