One more thing about donations:
Please consider making a recurrent contribution instead of a one-off one. This would help us greatly to continue working on F-Droid more consistently in the future.
We are currently at a point where the donations can *almost* pay for part-time development instead of being just able to pay for a coffee. Donations being recurrent instead of one-time help make that a lot more sustainable. :-).
@pfm In principle yes, there's a catch though unfortunately. Payment processing fees are pretty steep for small transactions, so pooling them into one bigger, less frequent transaction might make sense as well.
@Liberapay works around this by transactions being made upfront in a bigger chunk but then attributed to x€ per week; and reminding you to renew when the money is "used up".
@Lars_Roskoden What payment methods are available?
The available payment methods depend on which payment processors are supported by the recipient. If a payment is processed by Stripe, then most credit and debit cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express) are accepted, as well as SEPA Direct Debits (for Euro donations only). If a payment is through PayPal, then it's possible to pay in various ways, however the donor needs to have or create a PayPal account.
If that's what a SEPA Direct Debit is
I wish Bank Transfers were a common practice in the US It's possible but the lack of trust in the system makes banks discourage it So, it's a PITA to do one
@fdroidorg a set of possible ways to do recurrent payments is more limited.
But it possible to emulate recurrent payments on Bitcoin with timelocked transactions or on Ethereum with services like Ambrpay.
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