End-of-life (EOL) and support information is often hard to track, or very badly presented. endoflife.date documents EOL dates and support lifecycles for various products.
endoflife.date aggregates data from various sources and presents it in an understandable and succinct manner. It also makes the data available using an easily accessible API and has iCalendar support.
endoflife.date currently tracks 225 products. Here are some of our most popular pages:
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Want to contribute? Great! We try to make it easy, and all contributions, even the smaller ones, are more than welcome. This includes new product suggestion or addition, existing product updates, feature request, bug reports, fixes… Take a look at our contribution guide for more information.
If you maintain release information for a product (end-of-life dates or support information), we also have a set of recommendations along with a checklist on some best practices for publishing this information.
And do not hesitate to play with our API. Here are a few awesome tools that already did it: norwegianblue, end_of_life, and cicada. Find more on our Known Users page.