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ramsey/uuid is a packagist library with a maintainer paid by Tidelift

The maintainers of ramsey/uuid get paid by Tidelift to ensure ramsey/uuid meets standardized secure software development practices.

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Thanks to maintainers working on projects like ramsey/uuid, you can use Tidelift to give your teams access to a continuously curated stream of validated data about vetted components they need to make intelligent decisions, faster.

You can feel confident bringing ramsey/uuid into your application’s dependency tree because the maintainers of ramsey/uuid are paid by Tidelift to ensure their open source projects follow standardized secure software development practices.

ramsey/uuid is a part of the Tidelift Subscription

Many enterprise organizations depend on ramsey/uuid to build their applications. The maintainers of ramsey/uuid work with Tidelift to bring ramsey/uuid up to certain standards put in place by both industry and government guidelines.

Your organization can depend on ramsey/uuid to be maintained and licensed properly with the Tidelift Subscription. The maintainers of ramsey/uuid will also keep you up to date on which version your organization should be using and share other relevant data to your development process.


The only source for human-validated data on secure software development practices for open source

Tidelift pays open source maintainers to ensure their projects follow industry-standard secure software development practices (like those found in the NIST Secure Software Development Framework and the OpenSSF Scorecards). We work together with our maintainer partners to provide this unique and valuable data, so you know if, when, and how your open source will be secured and maintained.
 Validated license
 2FA on source repository
 Validated versioning scheme
 2FA on package manager
 Release managers reviewed
 Documented maintenance plan
 Vulnerabilities have document review
 Validated source repository url
 Vulnerabilities have fixed release or documented mitigation available
 Discoverable security policy

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