The Swift Package Index Blog

Progress Report - May 2021

Posted Tuesday, May 18, 2021.

Around three months ago, we published a list of areas that we wanted to focus on next. We’re just about to update that list for the next few months, but before we do that, let’s check in with how well we stayed on track since February!

We’re pretty happy with that progress, and that list doesn’t cover all of the other things we did, such as adding build support for Swift 5.4. 🚀

Of course, none of this would be possible without the generous support of our GitHub Sponsors. We’d first like to thank all of our new sponsors since February. Adam Fowler, Gaston Glyn Rampersad, Joakim Hassila, Joohee Kim, Loopwerk, Marius, Omar Albeik, Point-Free, Raymund Beyer, and Thomas Prezioso Jr.

Of course, we also want to show our continued thanks to our ongoing sponsors! Alexandre Colucci, Artem Loenko, Bartosz Dolewski, Boris Bügling, Byron Davies, Chris, Dominik Hauser, Federico Zanetello, Gleb Shevchenko, James Sherlock, Jason Bruder, Jeffrey Macko, Joseph Heck, Joshua Kaunert, Juanpe Catalán, Jules Coynel, Kyle Lee, Leo Picado, Marcos Griselli, Massimo Biolcati, Matěj Kašpar Jirásek, Max Desiatov, Nathan Harris, Oliver Drobnik, PatrikTheDev, Paul Farnell, Paul Hudson, Peter Steinberger, PSPDFKit, Riley Testut, Robin Kunde, Sam Symons, Scott Robbins, Thomas Dohmke, Tim Condon, Umar Haroon, Vadim Shpakovski, and Xavier Lowmiller. Thanks so much for your continued support. ❤️

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