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Re: [steering-discuss] Proposal: Optional local NGO donation links on download and extension pages


Hi,

Thorsten Behrens wrote on 2011-09-22 10:28:
A local, native-lang NGO, that is in good standing with TDF, and
fulfills the following prerequisites

  * has at least three NGO members, that are accepted TDF members at
    the same time
  * is an non-profit organisation
  * has, in the past year, organised or participated in at least one
    local or native-lang event, that was promoting or helping
    LibreOffice

can ask for having their donation details listed on the native lang
download and extension pages, below the generic TDF one. Multiple
NGOs per native-lang category can apply, and are listed in order of
application.

Listed NGOs are reviewed after one year.

+1

Florian

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