RES is entirely free - as in beer, as in open source, as in everything. If you like our work, a contribution would be greatly appreciated.
When you contribute, you make it possible for the team to cover hosting costs and other expenses so that we can focus on doing what we do best: making your Reddit experience even better.
Reddit Enhancement Suite is primarily the work of Steve Sobel. Steve spends a considerable amount of time each week on user support and programming, and is always thinking up new ideas for RES.
Why this project? Why RES? Because he loves reddit and loves user experience improvement. RES is as much for himself as it is for the hundreds of thousands of users benefitting from it. He personally reads and considers every single suggestion RES users offer on how to make the product better.
On the personal side of things, Steve is a Chicago native that loves the Blackhawks, poker, and live music amongst other hobbies.
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Tim works like crazy providing technical support for users who post to /r/Enhancement. He works tirelessly to try and make sure every question is acknowledged, and spends a great deal of time helping people troubleshoot. He has also occasionally contributed to the code and CSS behind RES.
Much like Tim, Gavin also spends a great deal of time supporting users of RES. In addition, he's contributed several improvements to the code via github ranging from bug fixes to CSS enhancements and other improvements.
Scott has contributed a great deal of code to RES via github - including a rewrite of the Inline Image Viewer module as well as a number of other features and improvements. He even wrote Snuownd, a manual port of Reddit's markdown engine, Sundown
Dan has contributed a number of design ideas and UI enhancements to Reddit Enhancement Suite.
To anyone else who's contributed ideas, code, design or feedback - I thank you! If you'd like to be listed here, please just let me know and I'd be more than happy to credit you for any/all of your contributions. RES wouldn't be what it is today without the ideas, criticism and help of the reddit community.