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The pod administrators are the ones who make the diaspora* network alive. But each node has a cost. To help your podmin keep the server up and running, you can make a donation.
 
The pod administrators are the ones who make the diaspora* network alive. But each node has a cost. To help your podmin keep the server up and running, you can make a donation.
If he activates this feature, there should be a "Donate" section in the left column of the main page. You can there choose the donation system you prefer between those made available by you podmin. The diaspora software allows to set paypal, liberapay and bitcoin donations.
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If they activate this feature, there should be a "Donate" section in the left column of the main page (Stream). You can there choose the donation system you prefer between those made available by you podmin. The diaspora* software allows to set paypal, liberapay and bitcoin donations.
  
 
= Donate to help code to be written =
 
= Donate to help code to be written =
  
diaspora* is developed by volunteers. You still can make donations to show your interest and encourage them to invest more time in diaspora* development.
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diaspora* is developed by volunteers. You can still make donations to show your interest and encourage them to invest more time in diaspora* development.
  
 
== Bountysource ==
 
== Bountysource ==
  
The current favourite way to help diaspora* development with money is to use the [https://www.bountysource.com/teams/diaspora Bounty Source plateform]. This platform allows you to put money directly on tasks (github issues). When a developer writes the code filling the task (fixing the issue) and its work is accepted by the diaspora* core team, he then get the money attached to the issue on bountysource.
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The current favourite way to help diaspora* development with money is to use the [https://www.bountysource.com/teams/diaspora Bounty Source platform]. This platform allows you to put money directly on tasks (github issues). When a developer writes the code filling the task (fixing the issue) and their work is accepted by the diaspora* core team, they then get the money attached to the issue on bountysource.
 
That means you are now the ones driving the priorities of the diaspora* project! Of course, if you don't have a specific issue in mind, you can give money to the diaspora* team directly and we will attach it ourselves depending on our priorities.
 
That means you are now the ones driving the priorities of the diaspora* project! Of course, if you don't have a specific issue in mind, you can give money to the diaspora* team directly and we will attach it ourselves depending on our priorities.
  
 
For more info on bounty source, see [https://blog.diasporafoundation.org/14-support-diaspora-development-via-bountysource this blog post].
 
For more info on bounty source, see [https://blog.diasporafoundation.org/14-support-diaspora-development-via-bountysource this blog post].
  
== To developers ==
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== Directly to developers ==
  
Some of the volunteers who are working on diaspora* have accounts on donation platform like Patreon or Liberapay (A platform like patreon but with free software and without fees).
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Some of the volunteers who are working on diaspora* have accounts on platforms like Liberapay or Patreon. If you want to support directly one of the developers directly, you can give them money there. This allows you to support the work of individuals you like, instead of deciding which issues you want to support on Bountysoruce, for example.
If you want to support directly a person, you can give him money there.  
 
  
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{|class="wikitable"
 
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! Name
 
! Name
! diaspora id
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! diaspora* ID
! github id
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! GitHub username
! Patreon account
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! Links to donation sites
! Liberapay account
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! What he's working on
 
|-
 
|-
| Senya
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| Benjamin Neff
| senya@socializer.cc
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| [https://nerdpol.ch/u/supertux supertux@nerdpol.ch]
| cmrd-senya
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| [https://github.com/SuperTux88 SuperTux88]
| https://www.patreon.com/senya
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| https://liberapay.com/SuperTux88
| https://liberapay.com/senya/
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| Federation, back-end developer, code reviews, release management
|  
 
 
|-
 
|-
| Benjamin Neff
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| Dennis Schubert
| supertux@nerdpol.ch
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| [https://pod.geraspora.de/people/4ce5b01a9e3a1b18d700000a denschub@pod.geraspora.de]
| supertux88
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| [https://github.com/denschub denschub]
| -
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| https://www.patreon.com/denschub
| https://liberapay.com/on/github/SuperTux88/
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| Project management, release management, day-to-day development tasks, project infrastructure, ..., whatever needs to be done.
 
|-
 
|-
 
| Fla
 
| Fla
| fla@diaspora-fr.org
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| [https://diaspora-fr.org/u/fla fla@diaspora-fr.org]
| flaburgan
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| [https://github.com/Flaburgan flaburgan]
| -
 
 
| https://liberapay.com/fla
 
| https://liberapay.com/fla
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| Podmin of diaspora-fr.org, front-end developer, spreading the word with talks & more
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|-
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| Senya
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| [https://socializer.cc/u/senya senya@socializer.cc]
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| [https://github.com/cmrd-senya cmrd-senya]
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| https://liberapay.com/senya<br />Also accepts bitcoin donations, see [https://socializer.cc/u/senya his diaspora* profile]
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| Development, testing. Focused on bringing account migration feature to diaspora*.
 
|}
 
|}
  
== Diaspora foundation paypal ==
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[[Category:Community]]
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[[Category:Outreach]]

Latest revision as of 15:50, 26 February 2019

You want to help diaspora* by giving a few bucks? Awesome!

The pod administrators are the ones who make the diaspora* network alive. But each node has a cost. To help your podmin keep the server up and running, you can make a donation. If they activate this feature, there should be a "Donate" section in the left column of the main page (Stream). You can there choose the donation system you prefer between those made available by you podmin. The diaspora* software allows to set paypal, liberapay and bitcoin donations.

diaspora* is developed by volunteers. You can still make donations to show your interest and encourage them to invest more time in diaspora* development.

Bountysource

The current favourite way to help diaspora* development with money is to use the Bounty Source platform. This platform allows you to put money directly on tasks (github issues). When a developer writes the code filling the task (fixing the issue) and their work is accepted by the diaspora* core team, they then get the money attached to the issue on bountysource. That means you are now the ones driving the priorities of the diaspora* project! Of course, if you don't have a specific issue in mind, you can give money to the diaspora* team directly and we will attach it ourselves depending on our priorities.

For more info on bounty source, see this blog post.

Directly to developers

Some of the volunteers who are working on diaspora* have accounts on platforms like Liberapay or Patreon. If you want to support directly one of the developers directly, you can give them money there. This allows you to support the work of individuals you like, instead of deciding which issues you want to support on Bountysoruce, for example.

Name diaspora* ID GitHub username Links to donation sites What he's working on
Benjamin Neff supertux@nerdpol.ch SuperTux88 https://liberapay.com/SuperTux88 Federation, back-end developer, code reviews, release management
Dennis Schubert denschub@pod.geraspora.de denschub https://www.patreon.com/denschub Project management, release management, day-to-day development tasks, project infrastructure, ..., whatever needs to be done.
Fla fla@diaspora-fr.org flaburgan https://liberapay.com/fla Podmin of diaspora-fr.org, front-end developer, spreading the word with talks & more
Senya senya@socializer.cc cmrd-senya https://liberapay.com/senya
Also accepts bitcoin donations, see his diaspora* profile
Development, testing. Focused on bringing account migration feature to diaspora*.