Submission Form

How to submit to Open Source Living

Thank you for considering a submission to the Open Source Living archive. For the small sum of $30 we will create a unique entry for your open source application and promote each new entry via our Facebook and Twitter accounts.

Each entry includes the following elements: short and advanced descriptions, author data, version data, license data, a logo image and a URL to your site.

If you’re interested in adding your site to the archive, please follow the two simple steps below and we’ll get to work on your submission asap.

1. Quick Checklist

Check that your product is not already in our archive.
Remember that we only accept Open Source licensed software.
Review our terms and conditions below.

2. Payment with PayPal™

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Enter your name, Email address, and software URL in the box below

Example: John Doe, johndoe@gmail.com, www.johndoe.com :




Feel free to contact us with any queries. Thank you and welcome aboard!

Terms and Conditions

By purchasing the Open Source Living premium archive entry package you agree to the following terms and conditions:

1. Open Source Living reserves the right to reject inappropriate archive entries. This includes freeware, shareware, closed source software, items of a defamatory nature. If you are unsure whether your product meets our standards, please contact us here.

2. If you have paid for the premium service and your entry is rejected, we will refund $30 to your PayPal account only. We cannot make refunds to credit cards or by bank check or any other means of payment.

3. We cannot offer refunds outside the circumstances explained in points 1. and 2.

About

Open Source Living is a dynamic archive of Open Source software (OSS) spanning all major platforms, inclusive of small to large scale projects. It aims to introduce and inform new users about viable OSS alternatives to corporate, closed source software.

Through its Community Facebook Page and exciting multi-authored publication, Sourced, OS Living houses informed discussion on issues of import in the Open Source field.

OS Living adheres to the Open Source Initiative's definition of OSS. Each software item included in the archive endeavours to conform to OSI guidelines on standards and licensing. Find out more »

Submit

Working on a top OSS project? Found something that could benefit others? Send us all the details via our user-friendly submission form and we'll consider it for inclusion in the Archive. Submit »

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If you find the Open Source Living project a valuable resource and would like to help towards maintaining the site, we welcome donations through Paypal™. Donate »