All resources below are related to paid FOSS work in some way.
These resources provide overviews of funding mechanisms for open source work. They are similar to this page, but more detailed and comprehensive.
- nayafia/lemonade-stand: A handy guide to financial support for open source
- ralphtheninja/open-funding: A guide for researching ways of funding open source projects
- pybee/paying-the-piper: A project for discussing ways to fund open source development
These resources relate to internships.
- ESA: Summer of Code in Space (SOCIS)
- FSF: Internships (not paid by FSF but potential funding from other sources)
- FSFE: Internships
- GNOME: Internships
- Google: Code-In
- Google: Summer of Code (GSoC)
- Google: Summer of Docs (GSoD)
- GirlScript: Summer of Code (GSSoC)
- Igalia: Coding Experience Program (CEP)
- Linux Foundation: Linux Kernel Mentorship Program (LKMP)
- OMP: Internships
- Outreachy: Internships for underrepresented people in tech
- Rail Girls: Summer of Code (SoC)
- X.Org: Endless Vacation of Code (EVoC)
These organisations have unpaid mentoring programs:
These resources aggregate jobs from various sources and present them to the public.
Generic free software jobs:
- FOSSJobs (this project!)
- FSF: Free software jobs (RSS feed)
- Python Job Board
- Open Source Design jobs
- "Open Source" at StackOverflow Jobs (RSS feed)
- "Open Source" at GitHub Jobs (Atom feed)
- "Open Source" at NODESK Jobs
- "Open Source" FlexJobs (paid subscription required)
Generic job aggregators filter
These organisations connect individuals with potential employers or customers.
These organisations work primarily with free software, and often hire people.
- Amarula Solutions
- Endless OS
- GNOME Foundation
- Linaro (RSS feed)
- Linux Foundation
- Tor Project
- Wikimedia Foundation (Twitter feed)
These organisations work primarily with free hardware, and often hire people.
These organisations fund larger projects or list organisations who do.
These resources advertise tasks backed by money contributed by multiple parties.