# Frequently Asked Questions
- I would like to try DeepSource.
- What are the available modes of payment?
- Which languages do you support?
- Which providers do you support?
- Should I have to pay for open-source projects?
- Is there a plan for students?
- Do you have plans for non-profit organizations?
- Why do you require write permission for a single file?
- I have feedback.
# I would like to try DeepSource.
Sure. You can run analysis on public repositories for free, forever. For private repositories and teams, refer to our pricing page for more info.
# What are the available modes of payment?
We use Stripe to process our payments. You can use a credit card to pay for both monthly/yearly plans. If your spend is at least $10K per month, we can invoice you manually. Get in touch with email@example.com
# Which languages do you support?
# Which providers do you support?
GitHub and GitLab is fully supported at the moment. Bitbucket is supported for running analysis. Autofix and transforms for Bitbucket will be added in Q3 2020. Support for Azure DevOps, GitHub Enterprise, and GitLab Enterprise are in the works.
# Should I have to pay for open-source projects?
No. Part of our systems are built on Open-Source software. DeepSource is and will be free to use for Open-Source.
# Is there a plan for students?
Yes, DeepSource is a part of GitHub Education pack, which means students get access to DeepSource Pro plan completely free, which includes unlimited analysis on private repositories via GitHub. More details here
# Do you have plans for non-profit organizations?
After signing up, write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will grant applicable credits to your account.
# Why do you require write permission for a single file?
When granting permission, we request access only to a single file -- that is
.deepsource.toml. With this permission, we can't write to any other file except the pre-defined
.deepsource.toml. We are working with providers like GitHub to make this clearer in their installation page.
# I have feedback.
Head over to the DeepSource Discuss forum. You can open a topic there, or reply to existing topics. We constantly monitor these channels to make sure we hear you.
You can also let us know via the
Feedback button on top right of the navbar in your DeepSource dashboard. If you would rather send it to us personally, you can write to us at email@example.com.