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#26 2009-08-13 22:50:30

fukawi2
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Re: Donate after milestone posts...

Xyne wrote:

unless lines of code are considered donations. wink

I see your lines of code and raise you 500 forum posts tongue

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#27 2009-08-13 23:05:06

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Re: Donate after milestone posts...

fukawi2 wrote:
Xyne wrote:

unless lines of code are considered donations. wink

I see your lines of code and raise you 500 forum posts tongue

ALL IN!

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#28 2009-08-14 03:02:03

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Re: Donate after milestone posts...

I've donated a lot of time: 3876 threads with nothing more than "+1", 972 threads of "I'm going with B on this one. Locked", and 152 identical (copy and paste) threads on how to break your entire multimedia setup using nothing but FFmpeg from subversion. I also gave money before. I'm one of the names on the list that isn't "skottish".

*** Another long winded version of +1 completed ***

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#29 2009-08-23 04:48:25

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Re: Donate after milestone posts...

Well I bought Mastermind from Dusty's Schwag, so I hope that's a good enough donation for my milestone. smile

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#30 2009-09-29 00:13:23

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Re: Donate after milestone posts...

Whoops, just noticed I passed 2,000 posts big_smile

Off to PayPal I go...

EDIT: maybe schwag instead... hmm....

Last edited by fukawi2 (2009-09-29 00:14:20)

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#31 2009-09-29 01:40:36

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Re: Donate after milestone posts...

As a student, money is definitely one of the things that I do not have any extra of. I would love to contribute any way I could, but I think maybe people who do not have coding ability would love to know of ways to contribute, especially since my 100th post could be coming up.


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#32 2009-09-29 01:59:53

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Re: Donate after milestone posts...

Non money and coding ways to contribute:
- Help someone on the forums/irc
- Update/create a wiki page
- Try replicating bugs in the bug tracker and search for a solution

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#33 2009-10-01 06:45:56

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Re: Donate after milestone posts...

200 is admittedly quite a modest milestone, but one nonetheless...

Need to keep an eye on my posting rate (currently 1.37192120363 which doesn't seem all that high).

Ding!


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#34 2009-10-01 07:43:17

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Re: Donate after milestone posts...

I am considering donating but I need to know how the money will be used.


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#35 2009-10-01 07:52:40

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Re: Donate after milestone posts...

zowki wrote:

I am considering donating but I need to know how the money will be used.

From the donate page:

None of us are paid for our work, and we don't have the personal funds to sustain server costs ourselves.

That seems pretty clear...


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#36 2009-10-01 08:00:45

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Re: Donate after milestone posts...

Hmm... 300 posts could maybe coincide with the time for my next salary. That definitely means I should donate.


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#37 2009-10-01 11:00:08

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Re: Donate after milestone posts...

zowki wrote:

I am considering donating but I need to know how the money will be used.

Taco and Poutine fuelled hackfests for Allan, Dusty and cactus

Last edited by fukawi2 (2009-10-01 11:00:19)

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#38 2009-10-01 11:01:09

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Re: Donate after milestone posts...

fukawi2 wrote:
zowki wrote:

I am considering donating but I need to know how the money will be used.

Taco and Poutine fuelled hackfests for Allan, Dusty and cactus

Hmm....  I might consider donating to myself in about 5 more posts!

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#39 2009-10-01 14:47:07

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Re: Donate after milestone posts...

fukawi2 wrote:
zowki wrote:

I am considering donating but I need to know how the money will be used.

Taco and Poutine fuelled hackfests for Allan, Dusty and cactus

This I got to see.

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#40 2012-08-02 21:36:26

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Re: Donate after milestone posts...

Shameless necrobump.


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#41 2012-08-03 07:54:19

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Re: Donate after milestone posts...

seriously, I wanted to donate a little money after the 2012.07.15 release, cause I love it.

My problem is the payment-methods, only credit-cards and they want you to fill out full names and address.

Cant you provide bitcoin or at least something like paypal?


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#42 2012-08-03 07:56:44

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Re: Donate after milestone posts...

yaffare wrote:

seriously, I wanted to donate a little money after the 2012.07.15 release, cause I love it.

My problem is the payment-methods, only credit-cards and they want you to fill out full names and address.

Cant you provide bitcoin or at least something like paypal?

Good sentiment, but there's been discussion on this before (and not in this topic), you could find those threads and read the explanations posted (kinda fuzzy in my memory, sorry).


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#43 2012-08-03 08:17:19

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Re: Donate after milestone posts...

You could give me your money via pay pal and I donate it for you :-P

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#44 2012-08-03 09:57:18

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Re: Donate after milestone posts...

I also accept Amazon vouchers tongue

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#45 2012-08-03 10:20:38

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Re: Donate after milestone posts...

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#46 2012-08-03 23:55:15

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Re: Donate after milestone posts...

litemotiv wrote:

allan.pngtrollface.png


I KNEW I'd seen that picture somewhere before!


Allan-Volunteer on the (topic being discussed) mailn lists. You never get the people who matters attention on the forums.
jasonwryan-Installing Arch is a measure of your literacy. Maintaining Arch is a measure of your diligence. Contributing to Arch is a measure of your competence.
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