I was thinking about fund raising for the TDF, given we will be at a big
event coming up in the USA, well over a thousand Linux enthusiasts and I
dare say many, in only 12 days, it is no surprise.
Many LibreOffice supports and well wishers will be in that crowed, I
Here is an idea then:
We hold a raffle at the show.
For what - for a poster.
Here is scaled down image:
(coincidentally making a nice desktop background on many monitors_
The poster would be 36" x 24" and mounted. Suitable for framing.
It will be prominently displayed in the LbreOffice booth at the Southern
California Linux Expo
We sell raffle tickets of $1.00 each for the one and only copy of this
poster. _All_ proceeds go to the TDF fund raising drive.
Well, what do you think?
What I am looking for then are two persons.
One would sponsor the production cost (Exact price delivered with direct
email to me)
I am quite certain your donation will be multiplied! I am absolutely
convinced that it would generate a few hundred dollars, rather easily.
The second person - I am looking for someone that will pledge to match
the amount raised at the show. It's that simple.
Thank you for your time, your consideration on this issue and your
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