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More tax deductible funding opportunities

The Public Software Fund is a nonprofit corporation with 501(c)(3) status. All donations to the fund are tax-deductible on US federal taxes.

At time of writing there are 3 open projects related to Gnash:

Projects are created by either potential developers or funders and anyone can bid or co-fund a project.

Go take a look, and consider either funding an existing project or creating a new one !

GSoC 2011 for Gnash

Students submit their application here.

Some ideas are on the wiki.
Step by #gnash on freenode to discuss those or additional ideas.

Be quick! Deadline for application is 12:00 UTC on the 8th of April.

Potlatch/Openstreetmap going proprietary ?

A recent post on OpenGeoData blog presents Potlatch 2:
"Fully rewritten in ActionScript 3".

ActionScript 3 !? Wait, that means NO more access for free software users!

Linux Fund for improved OpenStreetMap support

Ever tried editing the free map of the world with Gnash ?
Surprise: it works !

Only, if you want to trace roads starting from satellite photos
you have to wait a lot for the downloads to complete, and in the
meanwhile Gnash is non-responsive making you wonder if it'll ever
complete or crashed...

Well, you can now donate for dropping that limitation :)

Press release:
Donation page:

Linux Fund fundraising for RTMP

On December 15 the Linux Fund announced support for the Gnash/RTMP project.

See the Linux PR announce and the project details.

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