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> 2019年5月21日 4:06 JST
> Dear @jpike88!
-> 2 months ago I started raising funds to core-js maintenance. Current result - 7$ / month on Patreon, 50$ / month on Open Collective. Not seriously, but better than nothing - users use Babel or their frameworks for polyfilling and just don't know that they use core-js indirectly. Not a problem since anyway I didn't think about open source as about a way to earn any serious money.
+> 2 months ago I started raising funds to core-js maintenance. Current result - 7\$ / month on Patreon, 50$ / month on Open Collective. Not seriously, but better than nothing - users use Babel or their frameworks for polyfilling and just don't know that they use core-js indirectly. Not a problem since anyway I didn't think about open source as about a way to earn any serious money.
> However, shit happens. Because of one accident, now I have some serious problems for tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars and a real chance to be in prison - doubtful pleasure - interesting, who will maintain core-js in this case? Since previous months I worked on open source, I have not any financial pillow for solving those problems.
> After a little discussion, I understood that I can't count to any help from Babel. Nothing to say.
> So why not to make this little experiment? I think that some lines in NPM installation log, which can be hidden if it's required, are an acceptable price for using core-js. I don’t think that I’ll be able to get a however significant part of required at this moment money, however, each dollar makes sense. And some more people will know that I am ready to consider job offers.
> And after that, someone says that I'm not right because I added a message on postinstall... The right thing for you is somehow supporting core-js instead of creating issues like this.
> Initially, I wanted to add a message on postinstall as an experiment for some days, but because of your reaction I see that adding a message on postinstall was the right thing, so I leave it here. Thank you for this issue.
> Let this issue be opened a little more time.
> 2019年5月23日 14:42 JST
> 1. Because at that moment I didn't think that Babel would betray me? I worked on polyfilling stuff for Babel almost from the start of the project, but when I asked about any help and it was really required - I received a refusal.
> 2. Seems so, thanks to our stupid law.
> >If you are in prison, who will maintain it then?
> See above - I haven't any options.
> 2020年1月11日 22:45 JST
> BTW since I was not able to find required funds, after some days I'll be in prison and it could be my final goodbye for pieces of shit like you.
- 2019年3月からメンテナンスのための資金を集め始めたが、一ヶ月あたりPatreonから7ドル、Open Collectiveから50ドル(訳注: 1ドル100円として月額たったの5700円!)
- さらに控訴審を経て**1年半**の収監確定した(訳注: いつから？2020/01/14を最後に姿を消したから2022/08くらいまで？？)