[pypy-dev] PyPy support for Python 3 -- request for comments
yoann at linkeos.com
Tue Sep 13 15:24:48 CEST 2011
Le 13/09/2011 15:01, Maciej Fijalkowski a écrit :
> On Tue, Sep 13, 2011 at 12:42 PM, Yoann<yoann at linkeos.com> wrote:
>> We just launched a website that can help you with the funding process :
>> Elveos is a website created specifically to fund open source software.
>> Instead of using a simple donation box, it offers a fully functional
>> fundraising tool, with capacity to track the progress, to comment, to check
>> who made contributions ...
>> Of course this come at a cost but it will also be a huge timesaver on your
>> side as you will just have to create the fundraising (and advertise for it)
>> and we'll take care of everything else, including the payment issues. We
>> also provide you with tools helping you communicate on the campaign such as
>> small buttons than can easily be inserted into a blog.
>> As you can imagine, working with pypy would be an important project for us,
>> and we'll be more than happy to help you using elveos, and can develop new
>> functionalities if you see fit.
>> We created an example on pre-production website of what your fundraising
>> campaign could look like : https://test.elveos.org/features/635/description
>> (you have to accept the certificate for the test server).
>> We'll read answers on the list, but if you want to discuss directly with us,
>> you can find on the #elveos irc channel on the freenode.net server.
>> A few more technical details :
>> * We are based in France and use euro as our operating currency. We accept
>> payment from most currency though.
>> * We accept payments by credit cards or wire transfers (wire transfers
>> didn't make it on live yet, they're coming soon)
>> Yoann for the elveos team
>> pypy-dev mailing list
>> pypy-dev at python.org
> Terms& conditions not translated to english is a bit of a blocker for
> me to even evaluate it right now.
To give you the outlines of the terms content I'll provide you an
english draft of the terms later today.
The definitive version is in the pipeline of a lawyer, however I can't
give you an ETA on their release date yet.
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