What is your preferred option to donate to an open source project?
@LemmyDev SEPA Lastschrift.
- transfer / bankwire
@LemmyDev SEPA or transfer/bankwise
Call me old fashioned - but I still use regular bank transfers
Cheap. Easy. Only very few strings attached...
@LemmyDev source code contributions ;)
@vanitasvitae THIS is the right answer here.
@LemmyDev for privacy reasons, I've stopped using Liberapay (only supports PayPal & Stripe). Patreon … well, you asked Open Source, right? Open Collective sounds promising, but it's still hard to withdraw w/o PayPal/Stripe & Co. So: SEPA. Maybe Bitcoin… if I'd receive some in my donation inbox :wink:
@LemmyDev For me it's anything that doesn't require a Credit Card or PayPal.
At this time preferred would be crypto-currency, specifically Monero or Bitcoin :)
@LemmyDev I prefer bank transfer as up to today that is the only option I have. One exception if I could meet the person, I will donate in cash.
@LemmyDev bank wire
@LemmyDev whatever gets money to devs. Patreon, PayPal, SEPA
@LemmyDev standard bank transfer (as many here said: SEPA). Also using liberapay, but only if there's no more direct option. Also using patreon, but only as a last resort. (plus helping on bug tracker)
@LemmyDev Primarily SEPA (fast, low overhead), sometimes by card. Never Pay“Pal”.
@LemmyDev meeting a dev in person and handing them cash.
@LemmyDev Bank transfer/SEPA. If this isn't available, I sometimes use Paypal as a fallback, but I don't like it. If both options are not available, I don't donate.
I can't decide between patreon and opencollective because in each I miss a thing :
• In patreon I miss the transparency (expenses / budget) from opencollective.
• In opencollective I miss the "story component" where receivers update you.
@LemmyDev sometimes I use Paypal but most of the time I use direct money transfer from my bank account.
But my most preferred payment method is to put some money directly into the hands of my holy podcasters.
@LemmyDev liberapay won't let you easily delete your account. In order to do that, you have to email them, which is a bad practice for privacy. Imo, crypto currency is the best way.
@LemmyDev [x] SEPA bank transfer.
Usually one has to ask for bank details because Paypal is offered by default...
Bitcoin, because it's free software.
I'm trying to use fiat money less because it always require running proprietary software.
@LemmyDev SEPA / bank transfer.
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@LemmyDev anything that works with credit card becausa it's almost always for me an international transaction
I would prefer cash
Sometimes Paypal or direct bank transfert.
@LemmyDev SEPA Bank transfer
We make some event and give to the software or group that we more use.
The problem with sending money is that most ways deanonymize at least one of the parties involved.
Order of preference:
- Handing over cash in-person (rarely available)
- Mailing a banknote in an envelope (doxxes the receiver, risk of theft)
- SEPA (deanonymizes both parties)
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