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Support your favorite!!

Posted by: TK on April 11, 2008 07:17 PM
I'm of the increasing mindset that we, the community, need to start dropping some dollars into our favorite projects so they can have a fighting chance. Saying stuff like, "It's not quite there yet so I choose to ignore it," basically takes the wind out of their sails unnecessarily. Set aside $5, $10, even $100 per month ... something that won't hurt your finances ... and donate to your favorite project! Enough donations, and you'll see that particular project start rising to the challenges. I say that because I would personally like to see a FOSS video editor project be stable and usable enough to _fully_ rival proprietary offerings, and include all the nice little plugins and processes everyone _wants_. :)


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