I make bad software enthusiastically.
Making software under late-capitalism is a bizarre experience. It's easy to find you're secretly making weapons or supplying fascists with infrastructure, when all you really want to do is adjust sewage pipes and fill potholes. Often you're working for free, for "exposure", or for some pale shadow of fabled six-figure salaries. I have written more open source libraries and applications than I can remember, and many of them have fallen by the wayside for considerable periods of time simply because I, like many developers of libre software, can't afford my own time.
But you can help me do that. I can make good software -- robust, reliable, accessible, well-supported works -- so long as I can access the means of survival.