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Open Source Communities on Discord

This is the source list of OSS communities that use and live on Discord. It is used to populate the list at

Thanks for being part of Discord!

Acceptance criteria

At this time, we are accepting communities which meet the following criteria:

  1. Your community is not Discord-focused (for example, Discord bots or modifications are not accepted).
  2. Your community has at least 1,000 members, or the GitHub repo has at least 1,000 stars.
  3. Your community adheres to the Discord community guidelines.

While this list does not currently extend to Discord bots, look forward to something for bots in the future.

Adding your project

  1. Fork the repo

  2. Add your logo into /logos

    • Logo dimensions should be either 72x72 for SVG or 144x144 for PNG.
    • Logo should be minified.
    • Logo should be monochromatic and white (check the website for examples)
    • SVGs should contain only vector shapes — no raster graphics.
  3. Add your community to communities.json, like so:

  "logo": "your-logo.svg",
  "title": "Name of your project",
  "quote": "Optional: A short quote about how you use Discord for your project.",
  "quoteSourceUrl": "Optional: An optional source for the quote.",
  "inviteCode": "The public invite code to your project, usually the code after",
  "githubUrl": "The URL of your GitHub organization or project repository."
  1. Submit a PR with your change, and if all is well, we'll merge it and display it on Discord's open source page!
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