For reasons that this margin is too narrow to contain, I don't have the time to maintain a lot of my open source projects now.
I don't like to abandon them, however. I should have probably done this a few months ago but better late than never.
Automated CSS testing framework. Back when I used to do CSS for a living, I got interested in the concept of visual regression testing. Not finding the right tool for what I had in mind, I built Hardy. It was quite popular for a while but has been quite neglected for about a year for various reasons. The main reason being that I don't actually write CSS any more. Well, not for a living. The tool worked for me while I needed it and when I didn't, I stopped updating it.
If anybody would like to take over the project and keep it going, get in touch.
This was supposed to be a community-driven collection of information about CSS testing - tools, techniques, tutorials, etc. I'd love it if it could continue like that but I had a difficult time keeping up my enthusiasm after the umpteenth demand from some "CSS testing as a service" start-up founder demanding a favourable write-up. Quite a few of these founders also wanted some kind of guarantee that I would continue to maintain Hardy for free so they could build a business model around selling it.
Again, if anyone has ideas for how to take the project forward, let me know.
I'm going to renew the domains hardy.io and csste.st for another year to see if I can find maintainers but after that, I'll retire them if I haven't found any.