Top 23 Feedback Open-Source Projects

  • forem

    For empowering community 🌱

    Project mention: Documenting Forem's v1 API | | 2023-01-19

    Forem has set a milestone to update our (v1) API documentation. There are several endpoints that we would like to document in order to complete our v0 -> v1 upgrade. v0 will eventually be deprecated and removed (there aren't any breaking changes so existing endpoints will continue to work the same as before). If you’re looking to contribute to open source, these are awesome first issues to work on and this post will help guide you through them.

  • community

    Public feedback discussions for: GitHub Mobile, GitHub Discussions, GitHub Codespaces, GitHub Sponsors, GitHub Issues and more! (by community)

    Project mention: Is there a GitHub Actions equivalent to CircleCI dynamic config? | | 2023-01-22


  • Appwrite

    Appwrite - The Open Source Firebase alternative introduces iOS support. Appwrite is an open source backend server that helps you build native iOS applications much faster with realtime APIs for authentication, databases, files storage, cloud functions and much more!

  • managers-playbook

    :book: Heuristics for effective management

  • alive-progress

    A new kind of Progress Bar, with real-time throughput, ETA, and very cool animations!

  • Fider

    Open platform to collect and prioritize feedback

    Project mention: Those making $500/month on side projects in 2023 – Show and tell | | 2023-01-22

    I have two projects, combined doing ~€1500/mo - an open source alternative to UserVoice. I started this one 6 years ago to learn Go and React. I’ve seen thousands of instances out there being self hosted, so I started a cloud hosting to those who don’t want to manage it themselves. - Desktop Client for Kubernetes. This is very recent, launch was 2 weeks ago, so it’s only starting to get some traction now.

    I’m leaving my job to go full time indie hacker now, wish me luck!

  • httptoolkit

    HTTP Toolkit is a beautiful & open-source tool for debugging, testing and building with HTTP(S) on Windows, Linux & Mac :tada: Open an issue here to give feedback or ask for help.

    Project mention: why is my app not making any api requests after being deployed? | | 2023-01-23

    you can use tools like to check the requests

  • typora-issues

    Bugs, suggestions or free discussions about the minimal markdown editor — Typora

    Project mention: v1.4.4 (latest) serious bug: css float: now longer left-wraps/right-wraps text | | 2022-09-21

    I have posted this on GitHub (, but am posting it here in case anyone else has run into this. This is a pretty serious bug as it totally destroys the format of docs that were created pre-1.4.4 that use left or right-justified images inserted into paragraphs.

  • SonarLint

    Clean code begins in your IDE with SonarLint. Up your coding game and discover issues early. SonarLint is a free plugin that helps you find & fix bugs and security issues from the moment you start writing code. Install from your favorite IDE marketplace today.

  • astuto

    A free, open source, self-hosted customer feedback tool 🦊

    Project mention: Alternatives to Feature Upvote? | | 2022-07-16
  • Haptica

    Easy Haptic Feedback Generator 📳

    Project mention: Playing a lot of haptic impacts in a short space of time? | | 2022-10-17

    I’ve used before for similar use cases

  • ways-of-working

    Ways of Working (WoW) with team principles, values, ground rules, aspirations, norms, working agreements, shared expectations, and group understandings

    Project mention: We Don't Do That Here | | 2022-07-27

    > are your ground rules and team values always open for debate

    Yes including asynchronous e.g. on a chat channel, and synchronous e.g. during a retrospective.

    > on Friday afternoon when all your services have gone belly up

    Yes. For example some teams choose a way-of-working for emergencies that uses the abbreviation "ANC" for the priority order of Aviate, Navigate, Communicate. If there is an emergency,then the team focuses first on keeping the system running, second on figuring out where to go and how to get there, and third on talking. Afterward, then the team does a causal analysis e.g. postmortem or after-incident report, including fielding any ways-of-working areas that came up in the channels because of the emergency.

    > when someone new (a vendor say, or an intern) violates those ground rules and values do you shut them down with some variant of "we don't do that here" like "you have violated the ground rules"?

    Yes. For example there are sometimes fast-moving high-urgency multi-team meetings that include many new people who don't know about ways-of-working. We open the meeting by saying e.g. "This meeting's moderator is Alice." then Alice quickly explains the ways-of-working: one person talks at a time; debate the issue not the person; focus on the agenda not side tasks; call a timeout if something important is amiss; etc."

    > Are your ground rules explicitly enumerated somewhere and all team members familiar with them in enough specific detail to know whether or not something violates them?

    Yes, such as using docs, or wikis, or README files, etc.

    You can see many of the public ones in the repo at where there are a bunch of them collected across many teams.

    If there's anything in the repo that you believe can be improved, or clarified, or grown, then I welcome constructive criticism. Likewise if you have opinions of different ways to handle team values, or skip them, I'm interested in knowing what you think.

  • polis

    :milky_way: Open Source AI for large scale open ended feedback

  • Haptico

    Haptico 📳 - easy to use haptic feedback generator with pattern-play support

  • logchimp

    Track your customers feedback to build better products with LogChimp

    Project mention: Review/Feedback collection tool with search function | | 2022-09-15

    I've looked at but I don't think it has search features at all...

  • Artemis

    Artemis - Interactive Learning with Automated Feedback (by ls1intum)

    Project mention: NYU's open source Cloud IDE and Autograding solution - made for students by students | | 2022-03-26

    At the technical university of Munich (Germany) we got a similar project since a couple of years

  • NativePopup

    Clone of Apple iOS App's feedback popup, and easily customizable.

  • feedback

    A simple widget for getting better feedback. (by ueman)

    Project mention: Some useful packages | | 2022-06-30

    feedback and feedback_gitlab - together, these are amazing. Your users can file bugs with annotated screenshots, from within your game

  • feedback

    📢 site feedback (by MicrosoftDocs)

    Project mention: Why do Google use location for language rather than browser settings? | | 2022-03-11

    And pulls the language unchangeable from the location:

    It's so annoying. I have to change it every time I search for something

  • shinyFeedback

    display user feedback next to Shiny inputs

    Project mention: [Shiny Dashboard] [R6] Dynamic Value boxes - having only one display. | | 2022-03-16

    An alternative to shinydashboard::valueBox is provided in the shinyFeedback package with a function called valueBoxModule. It moves the value box UI from the server to the UI & allows for more customization. More details here.

  • AndroidRate

    AndroidRate is a library to help you promote your Android app by prompting users to rate the app after using it for a few days.

  • clearflask

    Listen to your users during product development with ClearFlask

    Project mention: Alternative to upvoty | | 2022-03-31
  • minimal-feedback

    🗳 minimal-feedback is a blazingly fast and highly customizable component to get user feedback.

  • bromb

    A feedback widget designed to be simple and customizable.

  • codefreak

    Online Programming Platform and Evaluation/Auto-Feedback System for Coding Assignments

    Project mention: Is it possible to create a code judge on top of Kubernetes? | | 2022-03-04

    You can find the prototype on a dedicated branch but, be warned: The documentation is poor and the project pretty much abandoned atm.

  • InfluxDB

    Build time-series-based applications quickly and at scale.. InfluxDB is the Time Series Platform where developers build real-time applications for analytics, IoT and cloud-native services. Easy to start, it is available in the cloud or on-premises.

NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020). The latest post mention was on 2023-01-23.

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Project Stars
1 forem 20,148
2 community 5,238
3 managers-playbook 5,074
4 alive-progress 4,103
5 Fider 2,174
6 httptoolkit 1,668
7 typora-issues 1,466
8 astuto 1,328
9 Haptica 704
10 ways-of-working 518
11 polis 468
12 Haptico 466
13 logchimp 385
14 Artemis 311
15 NativePopup 263
16 feedback 235
17 feedback 229
18 shinyFeedback 174
19 AndroidRate 128
20 clearflask 117
21 minimal-feedback 98
22 bromb 50
23 codefreak 46
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