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[libreoffice-l10n] Re: [libreoffice-marketing] more currencies for donations

25 Eyl 2012 11:30 tarihinde "Florian Effenberger" <
floeff@documentfoundation.org> yazd─▒:
> Hello,

Hi Florian,

I've misse the recent updates about the donation page.

Having credit card option is great, as the other methods are:
* wire transfer - expensive and requires legal stuff
* Paypal - increasing number of users but, registration and bank side
applications etc.

I think the easiest way to donate from Turkey is Credit card. And i was
waiting that, though i have donated some on monday :)

Well having more currencies great, but i wish Turkish Lira will be in this

After debitting in foreign currencies, banks apply buy/sale transactions
and the amount in local currency is calculated by using a higher rate as
you know. If it is possible adding TRY - Turkish lira will be good.

Also, -i've missed the thread as i mentioned above- i would like to ask
about the localization of the Donate page. Currently it is only available
in German besides English.

We would be happy to translate it to Turkish and start our campaign to get
donations from Turkey.


Sent from my mobile. Sorry for the mistypings.

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