In a blatant attempt to attract more Institutional supporters…

Anybody who has visited my Patreon page should know that I have two special support tiers.

At Bronze ($20 per month) level, you get included in the credits of the project pages for all my solo stuff. Here’s a recent example.

Today I’m announcing two new perks for Institutional ($100 permonth) supporters. This tier is intended for people with corporate budgets behind them.

When you sign up, you get to chose a name (possibly your corporation’s) and at your option a URL to back the name; this will be included in the credits pages. You will also get an individual shout-out in the “Acknowledgements” section of my forthcoming book “The Programmer’s Way: A Guide to Right Mindset”

By joining my feed at Institutional level, your company can demonstrate good Internet citizenship through supporting the often thankless and obscure work needed to keep the infrastructure humming.

Thanks in advance for your support.

6 thoughts on “In a blatant attempt to attract more Institutional supporters…

  1. Unfortuantly i can’t spare any money, but I can wish you the best of luck with your medical problems.

    Best of luck!

  2. @esr

    As a europoor second worlder (not even the rich parts, like Western EU), I wanted to chip in, if even a little, but found nothing lower than the 20$ tier. Should I just use paypal? Is there a bottom limit where it’s not worth it for you? (transaction fees, service provider’s cut, state protection loot aka taxes, etc)

    • >I wanted to chip in, if even a little, but found nothing lower than the 20$ tier.

      There’s a “Make a Custom Pledge” option near the bottom of the page. You can set any amount from $1 upwards.

      >Is there a bottom limit where it’s not worth it for you?

      I don’t actually know. Patreon takes a fixed percentage off the top and I’m not assessed any provider fees, so in theory any nonzero amount ought to be net positive.

  3. I have signed up. Thank you for your continued work over the decades. Your technical contributions and your written works are invaluable.

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