On Thu, 28 Jun 2007, Pádraig Brady wrote:
> I.E. making money using the shareware model is not sustainable.
> Consider the VIM project, which is very widely used and gives all
> donations to a charity in Africa. That surely is at the top end of
> projects that get donations. But considering its millions of users,
> it only gets around €20K/year donations¹
This sounds like a way to minimise donations..
What motivation is there for anyone to donate via VIM rather than
directly to charities they wish to donate to??
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