node package manager



Command Line Interface for Open Collective.


$ npm install -g opencollective

This will populate a opencollective (and its shortcut oc) as a command line.

You can also add this as a dependency in your package.json to automatically show the postinstall donate message:

$ npm install --save opencollective

Then run

$ opencollective setup


$ opencollective [collective] [info|stats]

Shows the latest stats of the collective (number of contributors, number of backers, annual budget and current balance).

$ opencollective [collective] donate [amount] [frequency]

Opens the donate page of your collective. E.g. $ opencollective webpack donate 5 monthly

$ opencollective postinstall [--plain]

Reads the details of your collective in the package.json of the current directory and invite the user to donate after installing your package. Add this command in the postinstall script of your package.json.

If you add the --plain option, it won't show any emoji and ascii art (better for old terminals).

$ opencollective setup

Interactive setup to add your collective info into your package.json and add the backers/sponsors badge and avatars in your

Coming soon

$ opencollective login

$ opencollective logout

$ opencollective cc | billing

$ opencollective cc ls
$ opencollective cc add
$ opencollective cc rm

$ opencollective apply [github_repo_url]

$ opencollective show <collective>
$ opencollective open <collective>

$ opencollective ls // list the collectives you are contributing to.

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Shamelessly inspired by the excellent now-cli