Ship is Open Source

Ship is now open source on You can access the code for the product at the following repositories:

All of the code is available under the MIT license. It is mostly "as-is", in the sense that we haven't done anything to the code since it was a commercial product. We did have to disable GitHub Issues on the server repository because there was too much private information in there, but the Issue history is available in a redacted form for the client repository. Any API tokens or secrets that are in the repositories have been revoked, and we've done our best to make sure nobody's info is in the code or related materials but our own, but if you see anything that slipped through the cracks and should be private, please let us know.

Neither Nick nor I are planning any further development on the product, but anyone who is interested is of course welcome to fork the repositories and proceed.