0 A.D. "Sponsor a Developer" Donation Campaign - Round 2

By k776 ( 360 Award_star_bronze_2 )

154
Donors

$3,451.00
raised, which is 201.00 over the goal!

100.00% Funded
This campaign has ended, no more donations can be accepted.

AkylaQD


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Tungdil


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fireprog


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Catalanoic Mar 16

i made a donation, i follow this initiatives in free and open source videogames (in linux too!).

@sciondev Dec 28

On behalf of the Rise of the East team, we hope this helps!

Erik Johansson Dec 27

@dannyhajj I’m sorry if PayPal doesn’t support your country. It does support almost all countries in the world though, and it would be hard to find a good alternative. PayPal is easy to set up, supports most countries/regions in the world, easy to use for the person donating, and allows people to send real money (people have been suggesting we’d use a service like bitcoin, but the trouble with those is that you’d need to convert the bitcoin to real money to get much use from it).

@dannyhajj Dec 27

I would really like to donate for this, but my PayPal doesn’t support my country. Is there any other way? :(

Rens Hamburger Nov 18

@Kieran I didn’t know that.

Kieran P Nov 15

@Rens Thanks for the suggestion. I stuck with Pledgie this time because our last campaign was successful. But they have fees in place now, so our third one may not be here.

I’ll have a look at Kickstarter now, and will keep it in mind if we do another donation campaign after this one.


Edit: I had a look at Kickstarter. It probably won’t work for us. It requires a United states home address, U.S. credit card, U.S. social security number etc. I think it’d be best that we don’t tie our donations to a specific person/bank account/country. Pledgie is nice in that everything goes to Paypal, and we can then send that to wherever the money needs to be.

Rens Hamburger Nov 11

I believe that kickstarter is bigger than pleggie it will be able to target a different group than you get here.

Novacut raised about $25000 in I think about a month not sure.

You have to set a minimal fund with in a certain period of time. If you don’t reach it you’ll get nothing.

On kickstater if you donate you tend to get a something back

About the fees I’m not sure.

I hope this explains mine point of few.

Erik Johansson Nov 04

@Rens Not sure what we would gain by spreading out the campaign over multiple places, especially since every place has its own fees. Feel free to explain a bit more why you think kickstarter would make a difference though.

Rens Hamburger Nov 03

Maybey Kickstarter.com can help with raising more moneny faster