Bumperdo started as a way to sort out my own life. Over the past three years, it developed from a simple list-based todo-application to something more substantive used by many of my colleagues. There are, right now, about 50 people using Bumperdo on a daily basis. This means running costs are extremely low.
Bumperdo is mostly a project I use to learn more about server maintenance and front- and backend development. I strive to create software that helps you get stuff done, but as Bumperdo is a learning project, it is also subject to change - things will improve over time.
This does not mean I don't value security and stability. In the past 12 months, Bumper has been down for only three hours (0.04% downtime). Bumperdo is hosted on an SSL-secured serverm and backups are created on a daily basis.