# 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
# Which languages do you support?
# Which providers do you support?
GitHub and GitLab is fully supported at the moment. Bitbucket and Azure DevOps is 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 email@example.com 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 GitHub to make this clearer in their installation page.
# I have feedback.
Please let us know via the
Feedback button on top right of the navbar in your DeepSource dashboard or write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org