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I made a website to keep track of open startups and their metrics

I have been thinking about working on this for a while and finally got time this weekend to finally built the site. Openstartup.dev is a collection of open startups. I saw a few similar sites but the problem was they were not updated for a while.

I did some research and found baremetrics provides almost every data including refunds and churn rate. Beside that, I looked into twitter with hashtag #openstartups, collected all tweets since 2016 and other websites like open-startups.xyz and postmake.io/open. I managed to collect 54 products till now and looking to add more in the future. The data are updated automatically everyday.

Also this is the first time I am using TailwindCSS. I saw a poll on IH by @BraydenTW where Tailwind was voted the #1 CSS framework which inspired me to use it. I voted for bootstrap 😅. I really liked the philosophy behind Tailwind and will be using it in future projects.

Visit https://openstartup.dev/ to see the list. Let me know if you have any suggestions and/or feedback.

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    Congrats on the launch Sagun. Love the idea.

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    Thanks for the shoutout Sagun!

    I think you’re website is a cool idea. Wish you the best!

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    Congratulations Sagun. Im going to be a daily visitor to your site now 🙂

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    Gonna def add LeadCruise.com on it! Great one Sagun!

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    This is awesome @sagunsh - do you think pre-revenue startup / project can be part of this?

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      It's a list of open startups so basically if the metrics are not available I won't be able to add them. Metrics doesn't necessarily have to be revenue, it can be number of signed up users, MAU, etc

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