I am interested in donating some of my computers.
What do you suggest I do in preparation?
- What would be the best way to wipe the HDD contents?
- Would it be best to donate without Linux on, or should I fresh install?
- If it is better to install Linux before donating, what types of users should I create? Any convention?
I like ubuntu and want to donate to make 14.04 a better version. Can someone explain who actually gets the money and how it is spent? I read it on canonical website but im still not sure.
Also, I want to make sure donations are used to make 14.04 better specifically. Is the time to donate now or later?
Hi.I would like to donate to CrunchBang development but, unfortunately, PayPal is not available in my country (Serbia). Is there any other way of donating money?Thanks.P.S. Apologies if this is a duplicate topic (did a forum search but couldn't find anything relevant).
I think we should form some type of user group on the forum that receives a custom title by making a donation, and thus being a "supporter". Probably based upon an annual or monthly donation, or even just from donating on the home page, I don't know I'll leave it up to Core and the Community to decide on this.WTB Feedback. :o
Well that didn’t take long. Less than a week after release, the makers of Humble Bundle 4 have already doubled the amount of playable games that come in the latest offering. If you remember how this little bundle works, you may choose to donate whatever amount you feel to support the developers, basically letting them know how much you like the games.
I don't mean to toot my own horn, but I've already donated twice; once in 2010 and again earlier this year.Edit: Oh, and if you can afford to, consider also donating to Debian. Without Debian, there might not be a CrunchBang.