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Asking for your help

April 28th, 2006 by Nicholas Reville

As development moves along towards Democracy Player 1.0, we need to raise money to be able to continue our work. Participatory Culture Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization, which we think is absolutely crucial to our mission. However, this means that we depend on donations– we are not looking to venture capital to fund our development which lets us focus on users, not profits.

We want to ask those of you that support our mission and believe in our products to make a donation. Your support will go directly towards our efforts to improve the software, things like speed and stability, one-click subscription, integrated publishing, and lots of little touches that we hope will put Democracy Player at the center of your internet video experience.

If you can make a donation of any amount, now is an extremely important time to do it, and thanks. Make a Donation >>

5 Responses to “Asking for your help”

  1. chris says:

    related question: did you guys try to get a “summer of code” mentorship this summer?

  2. cld says:

    And you shall now concentrate on the server side : broadcast machine needs absolutely more improvements and more stability.

  3. Nicholas Reville says:

    cld- we are about to release a new, much improved version of broadcast machine. sometime in the next 7 days.

    chris- for a variety of reasons, we decided not to try for summer of code mentorship this year, but we are going to look into it for next year.

  4. calli says:

    I love this site. Good work…

  5. wulfgar says:

    I love this site. Good work…

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