Developed at the University of Amsterdam, JASP (jasp-stats.org) is a free open-source statistics program with an intuitive graphical user interface that is used by students and researchers at hundreds of universities worldwide. By default, JASP presents a limited set of core analyses that users can expand upon by loading additional modules. These modules are currently mostly written in-house and shipped with JASP. The proposed project aims to create a more sustainable workflow. First, we wish to make module development more accessible (similar to the R ecosystem) by presenting tutorial materials (e.g., videos, documentation), providing workshops and hackathons, and providing real-time support to module developers. Second, we wish to construct an online “module library” that involves the community and benefits the release cycle: the modules need to be truly modular. These two developments will make the JASP ecosystem more inviting, easier to manage, and ready for expansion.