Coming from Ruby and Python, there’s excellent Stripe support here because Stripe themselves maintain an official library.
Right now we have a bunch of Elixir Stripe libraries to choose from which, all of which are community driven that are in varying states of being maintained and tested.
I asked Stripe what the course of action would be to request an official Elixir library to be blessed and maintained by Stripe and they told me that we should contact support.
So if you’d like to see an official Stripe library, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Feel free to write anything you want but I’ve put together an email template that you can copy / paste just to make this as painless as possible for you:
Can we get an official Elixir library?
The Elixir community would really appreciate an official Stripe library.
There’s a few community driven libraries to choose from but when it comes to something as important as payment processing it would be fantastic for you to officially bless one. Perhaps you could even take over the most well maintained and tested library and help out the original maintainer with keeping it up to date and well tested.
Elixir is growing fast and a lot of people are using it to build real applications. Having a well supported payment processing library would definitely help people move over to Elixir.
Edit: If you email them using email@example.com directly you’ll need to confirm the request before it’ll go through. Stripe will send you an email that you need to click a link through afterwards.
Alternatively you can goto https://support.stripe.com/contact?skip_login=true and fill out their form without needing a Stripe account.