2022 year in review,
we briefly mentioned a couple of project kickoffs, and we’re excited to now
announce the official
eslint-community GitHub organization.
The strength of ESLint is in its ecosystem, and we continue to investigate
different ways of further supporting that community. We began by
donating to community projects,
to ensure that high-value projects were receiving the funds they needed to
continue with ongoing maintenance and development. Our next step is to create
eslint-community GitHub organization as a home for high-value projects in
the ESLint ecosystem.
About the organization
As you can read in the
eslint-community GitHub organization” RFC,
the goal of this new organization is to have a place where community members can
help ensure widely depended upon ESLint-related packages live and never fall out
The Community Core team (which currently consists of
@voxpelli and myself
@MichaelDeBoey) and all package
maintainers will make sure these packages stay up-to-date with newer ESLint
releases, and they don’t hold the wider community back by depending on a single
person’s GitHub or npm account.
You might have noticed that some of your most beloved ESLint-related packages
have already been moved over to or been forked by the new
organization. A full list of the current projects include:
We took these over from @fregante
@aladdin-add, @bmish and @not-an-aardvark transferred this repo to the new
eslint-communityorganization, but they’re still maintaining it
We took this one over from @xjamundx
We took this one over from the @nodesecurity team, but @nzakas is still maintaining it
We created a fork from @mysticatea’s repos and published them under the
We also intend to fork, bring up to date, and publish the following packages originally authored by @mysticatea as well:
We’ll work on getting all
eslint-plugin-es-xfeatures merged as well
We’ll work on getting all
eslint-plugin-nfeatures merged as well
Of course, we don’t want to stop there.
Submitting projects for the organization
If you think your project would be a good fit for the new
organization, or you’re depending on a project that’s currently unmaintained and
want to have the community to adopt it, you can contact the Community Core team
on the official ESLint Discord.
Keep in mind that we’ll only be able to accept projects that adhere to the following criteria:
Is it a package that is ESLint-related?
Mostly this will be ESLint plugins, but (unmaintained) dependencies of such packages, closely related packages, or packages split from the main ESLint repo (like
eslint-formatter-table) or used by the main repo (like
regexpp) could go in the
eslint-communityGitHub organization as well.
We won’t be accepting shareable configs as these are typically very opinionated and are easy to extend when necessary.
Is it widely depended upon throughout the ESLint community?
We don’t have a real number in mind here, but the packages we currently maintain (or that we’re planning to maintain) almost all have at least 3M downloads/week.
These criteria aren’t written in stone, but are the guidelines we’re beginning with to determine whether to accept a project into the organization.
We hope that this new
eslint-community organization will help us further
support the awesome ESLint ecosystem and ensure that the community can continue
to rely on these high-value, widely depended upon projects for years to come.
Ensuring that the ESLint ecosystem remains vibrant and without stagnation is a
key goal of the project as a whole, and we believe the
organization will only increase the confidence of ESLint users when relying on
If you have any questions about the
eslint-community organization, feel free
to ask them on
the official ESLint Discord.