[geeklog-devel] Re: Attn: Tony, Mark, Jason - Donations to Geeklog

Tony Bibbs tony at tonybibbs.com
Thu Mar 20 09:34:47 EST 2003


The developers can be reached via the Geeklog Dev-Talk mailing list:


The address is geeklog-devtalk at lists.geeklog.net.  Please note that is a 
public mailing list.

As a clarification, the addresses for Mark and Jason have changed and Dirk 
Haun, the main 1.3.x developer from Germany is not listed as well as a few 
other key developers.

We have been ironing out supporting pricing and still haven't finalized 
anything.  We'd all be interested to hear about your plans in more detail.


On Thu, 20 Mar 2003, Victor B. Gonzalez wrote:

> Hello Tony Bibbs,
>   I've addressed an exact copy of this letter to the following.
>   Tony Bibbs       - tony at tonybibbs.com
>   Mark Limburg     - mlimburg at users.sourceforge.net
>   Jason Wittenburg - jwhitten at securitygeeks.com
>   I've gotten the addresses from within the latest Geeklog comment
>   sections. I did not wish to address this as an announcement or as
>   anything live on the public Geeklog site.
>   I plan on making money hosting Geeklog. I would like to residually
>   donate an unenclosed amount to the authors of Geeklog to show my
>   support for the fantastic application.
>   Though my business idea is not quite in production yet donating back
>   to Geeklog is. Is their one address where a check will reach all
>   authors or are all donations best split and sent individually?
>   Methods of payment such as PayPal or a real world P.O. box doesn't
>   matter as long as the donations get to the intended recipient.
>   Also outside of donating how much would priority support cost per
>   client? Preferably any method of support is appreciated but phone
>   support is a plus.
>   I Thank you all in advance for your answers.

Tony Bibbs          "I guess you have to remember that those who don't
tony at tonybibbs.com  hunt or fish often see those of us who do as      
                    harmlessly strange and sort of amusing. When you  
                    think about it, that might be a fair assessment." 

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