Nikolai Kondrashov

is creating software

29

patrons

$144

per month
My name is Nikolai Kondrashov and I'm a geek who loves tinkering with electronics, computers, and software. I'm the founder and maintainer of the DIGImend project, which aims to improve Linux support for generic graphics tablets. Those not made by Wacom and well-supported, but the ones made by various companies in the East, such as Genius, Huion, Ugee, Yiynova, and many others.

The project has turned 10 years recently, and in that time managed to produce drivers for more than 40 tablets and several supporting tools.

Tiers
Thanks!
$3 or more per month
By pledging $3 per month or more you get to say "Thanks!" for the work I did on DIGImend so far, and help me focus on future work. You get access to the Patreon news feed.
Thank you very much!
$5 or more per month
Maybe you're really happy your tablet finally works, or you got a troublesome issue resolved, or you're just glad that there is somebody trying to make affordable tablets work on Linux. Anyway, by pledging $5 per month or more you get to say "Thank you very much!" and let me know my work is needed. You also get the DIGImend supporter stickers.
You're awesome!
$15 or more per month

By pledging $15 per month or more you provide a solid incentive for me to continue my work, as well as getting me that much closer to the goal of making DIGImend a self-sufficient endeavor. You also get the supporter stickers.

Goals
$144 of $1,300 per month
With $1300 per month (subject to taxation) I get to dedicate two hours to the project code each weekend, or buy several basic, a couple advanced, or one expensive tablet each month.

Thus each month I can make a couple drivers for simpler tablets, make one improvement to the Linux input stack, or make one or two complicated or expensive tablets supported every two months.
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My name is Nikolai Kondrashov and I'm a geek who loves tinkering with electronics, computers, and software. I'm the founder and maintainer of the DIGImend project, which aims to improve Linux support for generic graphics tablets. Those not made by Wacom and well-supported, but the ones made by various companies in the East, such as Genius, Huion, Ugee, Yiynova, and many others.

The project has turned 10 years recently, and in that time managed to produce drivers for more than 40 tablets and several supporting tools.

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Tiers
Thanks!
$3 or more per month
By pledging $3 per month or more you get to say "Thanks!" for the work I did on DIGImend so far, and help me focus on future work. You get access to the Patreon news feed.
Thank you very much!
$5 or more per month
Maybe you're really happy your tablet finally works, or you got a troublesome issue resolved, or you're just glad that there is somebody trying to make affordable tablets work on Linux. Anyway, by pledging $5 per month or more you get to say "Thank you very much!" and let me know my work is needed. You also get the DIGImend supporter stickers.
You're awesome!
$15 or more per month

By pledging $15 per month or more you provide a solid incentive for me to continue my work, as well as getting me that much closer to the goal of making DIGImend a self-sufficient endeavor. You also get the supporter stickers.