Derek Atkins warlord at MIT.EDU
Thu Jun 24 09:13:01 EDT 2004

"Tomas Pospisek's Mailing Lists" <tpo2 at> writes:

> I don't know - but it's in the spirit of "open" as in source. I think its
> also useful for the general public:
> 1) one can either see that making (some) OSS is a hard "business" that
>    is hardly being done for the money or
> 2) that OSS projects can be a form of survival too
> depends on how much will be donated.
> OTOH if the amount is high you'll get inquires about "who got the money"?

I doubt it'll ever be high enough to get that far, but I guess you
never know.

Right now we've got about $500.  That would be enough to:

1) pay for the new server i obtains, or
2) pay for the new disks linas is installing and a couple months of connectivity,
or do something else.

Or we can just keep it for now and wait and use it later.


       Derek Atkins, SB '93 MIT EE, SM '95 MIT Media Laboratory
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