Hi Ram Ji,
I am holding a meeting with our management tomorrow and putting up this plan.
And firstly thanks a million for being such an integral part of this software and it's development process.
I am sure you and several others will put their possible bits to make a big campain.
Every drop contributes to an ocean.
I had been thinking about this since a while, but now you instigated me into this for sure.
On Tuesday 01 November 2016 02:16 PM, Ramnarayan.K wrote:
Dear KK ji
How about starting a corwdfunding campaign
Two reasons for this
1. Some amount of money comes in
2. More importantly there will be some amount of publicity
Many of us Linux Users are on Linux forums and lists and also have friends and colleagues who would maybe try gnukhata if they knew about it.
Am not aware of all the modalities of crowd sourcing but each block of donors (falling within a range of amounts) could be given some token gift - like the free cd/ dvd / pen drives. T shirts (gnukhata / FOSS ones) etc.
Maybe those on this list conversant with crowd funding could advice
On 1 November 2016 at 11:47, Krishnakant <kk@xxxxxxxxxx <mailto:kk@xxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
yes of course you can use it on any number of machines you like.
The reason behind we selling DVD or Pen drives is not to earn
money like proprietary licences, but to raise funds for sustained
development of GNUKhata.
Afterall free is freedom not free of cost.
On Tuesday 01 November 2016 09:51 AM, Venkatesh Thennarasan wrote:
Thank You, is it redistributable, the installer you provide for
On Mon, Oct 31, 2016 at 6:50 PM, Krishnakant
<krmane@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:krmane@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
On Monday 31 October 2016 06:06 PM, Ramnarayan.K wrote:
Hello Krishnakant ji
Nice to hear that gnukhata is available for windows as well
May i request you to provide a link to that on the
gnukhata site - it may draw a small amount of users and
further the tally-auditors could also begin to have a
look at it.
The online demo as it is works on all OS.
As far as the installer is concerned, I am asking Abhijeet to
put up the installation instructions for the same.
However a ready to install DVD is available for Rs. 499 from
Digital Freedom Foundation.The money is used in development
I will also ask people to put some information on dff.org.in
<http://dff.org.in> for this.
Thank you for your suggestion.