Zenhub strongly believes in the importance of community-based open source in today’s software world and supporting diversity initiatives in open source. We’re proud to offer our platform free of charge to community-based open source projects. Over 4,400 open source projects already trust Zenhub to help centralize their work, improve collaboration, and provide greater transparency into project progress and release plans.
To request free access to Zenhub for your community-based Open Source project, sign up for Zenhub on our website and then fill in this form and submit it. Note that the form asks for a link to your project's open source license. This is required to obtain free access.
Note: If you represent a company-backed open source project, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for preferential pricing.
If approved, we will apply the discount, but you'll also need to subscribe to Zenhub so when the trial is over, the subscription is set as valid so no one gets blocked from access. The instructions for subscribing can be found here.
You can subscribe to a plan at anytime during the trial, entering a valid credit card. You won't be charged once the trial is over. We'll assign the discount during the trial so there will be a $0 invoice post-trial.
Mixing Open Source and Private Projects
If you want to add existing Open Source repositories to a Workspace in your paid Zenhub Organization, just add them in! No need for you to do anything else. Note that you won't be able to invite collaborators for those projects to your Workspaces without providing them licenses.
We do not support adding private repositories into a public Zenhub Organization.
If you work for a company that open sources some of your code, you can set up a separate Zenhub Organization for your Open Source repositories free of charge. Follow the process above (signing up for Zenhub as a separate Organization) and request free access for that organization.