On Wednesday 24 July 2013, Lisi Reisz wrote: > But I now know that a) donating is not anonymous and b) that what I would > call large amounts are the minimum anyone is interested in. "Little drops > of water, little grains of sand, make a mighty ocean and a beauteous land" > would appear *not* to be the order of the day. So, as of this moment, I > have backed away from giving anything. I would quite simply be too > embarrassed. > > I'm sure that I shall get over it. But the occasional passer-by may not, > and a small, possibly several small, even very small, donations may be lost > to TDE. In addition, and arguably worse, I feel that that it would also > entail a loss of goodwill. "Don't go near TDE. It's just a scam. All > they are interested in is parting you from your money." > > 10,000 givers of £1 would raise more money than one giver of £1,000. It > pays (literally and figuratively) to keep the small, even the very small, > givers on-board. (See *) > > Lisi Hi Lisi, I might have got your statements all wrong but - sure, donating is not anonymus (it has to work somehow) - but otherwise I am free to donate any amount. I can not understand your complain. Gerhard PS: Donate button is at www.trinitydesktop.org the green text in the blue header.