|Original author(s)||Jessica McKellar and Tim Abbott|
|Developer(s)||Kandra Labs, Inc. |
|Operating system||Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, Android, Windows Phone|
|License||Apache License 2.0|
Zulip was originally developed as proprietary software by a startup called Zulip, Inc., based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In 2014, while in private beta, the company was acquired by Dropbox. In September 2015, Dropbox open-sourced it under the Apache License. Today, it is a leading open source alternative to Slack or HipChat, with over 29,000 commits contributed by 450 people.
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