I've written a ton of code, and have had a ton of projects that never went anywhere. Some of them were full end-to-end products that never got off the ground for one reason or another. They were a ton of effort and I thought it would be great to be able to monetize those somehow.
6 months ago I created SugarKubes to empower indie developers to make a living writing great code. It didn't work. I think part of the problem was that the old SugarKubes made people upload their code to our GitLab instance. It was also an experiment in a managed marketplace wherein the company created all the containers and code for sale.
I decided to simplify SugarKubes to allow anyone to easily sell a private Github repo. You just log in, set up your project, and will get a simple URL you can embed or send people to purchase access or a subscription to your project on GitHub.
If you're interested in getting started, feel free to hit me up on the chat at SugarKubes