Almanac, a San Francisco, Calif.-based cloud platform for open-source docs, raised $9m in seed funding.
The round was led by Floodgate with participation from General Catalyst, Inspired, Abstract, Shrug, Worklife, Indicator, Wing, and Liquid2, and current and former executives from Dropbox, Yelp, Uber, Lyft, ProductHunt, Okta, AppDynamics, Behance, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Instagram, Adobe, AngeList, Earnest, Flatiron Health, Glassdoor, Harvard Business School, Omada, Qapital, Tandem, and StitchFix.
The company intends to use the funds to introduce new product features for its 10,000-member community, which includes executives from companies like Stripe, Gitlab, Netflix, and Airbnb.
Led by co-founder and CEO Adam Nathan, Almanac provides a cloud-based platform for open-source docs where users can read, write, and collaborate in one integrated place. New features coming to Almanac allow users to compare documents, and push changes or merge content between them in one tap.