[theforum] Donation Wall - last chance to comment

Martin Paul Burns martin.burns at uk.ibm.com
Fri Aug 15 02:45:03 CDT 2003

Other than the donation wall is for *all* donors (and if you're looking at
it now, you'll see that the amounts have gone - there's another p/w
protected page with the original on for the treasurers' reporting benefit),
I think that this is OK, but it should be rolled forward into the new site.

Kind regards
Martin Burns

Martin Burns
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> For corporate or technical donors, ie hosting services, I
> don't have this problem, and in fact, if we're going to be
> charting donations-in-kind, I think we do need to provide a
> more public accounting for that.

+1 from me. Donation wall for corporate donors, not personal donors.

And maybe rather than explicitly stating amounts, have the usual
platinum/gold/silver crap.

Even rename those levels to something cute. Blue cube/Red cube, etc. Or
something pertaining to the Web that implies quantity hierarchy. Like
Frontpage, Dreamweaver, Homesite, Notepad. But less shit.

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