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Re: Should we take the elementary OS approach?
« Reply #15 on: August 18, 2021, 12:01:51 PM »
 

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Re: Should we take the elementary OS approach?
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Re: Should we take the elementary OS approach?
« Reply #17 on: August 18, 2021, 08:24:26 PM »
 

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Re: Should we take the elementary OS approach?
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We've now moved to the 'Pay What You Can' to see if we can boost revenue so we can have nicer things, like Translations, more innovation, a bell for my sisters tricycle etc. I'll post a new Sticky to inform the masses as they will surely say, "what! pay for linux, but I thought it was free!"




$0 is good upfront, maybe tag line..  "Feel like contributing and donating to a wonderful OS"...


Need that little reminder after install and are excited with a great new OS  :)    Remember LL is supported by contributors/donators like you ..  ;) 


Maybe phrase it.... "Donate What You Can" vs Pay ??


Tossing ideas out... But I do like the direction,




OH and May your sister get her bell!!!






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