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Le lundi 01 octobre 2012 à 09:55 +0200, Florian Effenberger a écrit :

our fundraising campaign officially starts today. Like last time, I'd 
like to add a donation meter to our websites, so people can donate 
towards a goal.

I am not a friend of unrealistic values, just to keep people donating 
("We want one million dollars"). However, since this time, the main goal 
is to define our budget for 2013, and therefore determining the 
community's resources for next year, I'd like to come up with a senseful 
symbolic value. Comparing TDF with any other major free software 
organization, our budget is rather low.

As an example: We have XY language projects, and each of them should 
have a budget of Z, that makes XYZ € to raise.

Or: We have XY million downloads, and if we get 0,01 € per download, we 
want to raise XYZ €.

Anyone has some nice numbers we can work with?

I'd go for a total of 500K (max). This being said  I think the marketing
list is somewhat unaware of the needed volumes.




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