I want the videos to be free so people from all countries can watch them. I have invested hundreds of hours in producing this content. If you want me to continue creating new episodes and improving the site (I have a long list of ideas and requests) please consider donating. You could also sponsor a new video. In that case I would mention your name at the beginning of the video.
Paypal is the most popular online payment system. They keep 1.2% + 0.35€ from each donation.
Coinbase uses bitcoin, which is a digital currency. Sending and receiving money is free, but there's a Commision of 1% if you buy bitcoins on Coinbase.
Other ways to support Fun Programming
Things you can do:
- Upload images and videos generated by your programs and send me a link. I'll be happy to see your creations.
- Send feedback. Send a hello! I know people watch the tutorials because I see the stats, but most of the time I have no idea who you are. A short "Hello from [YOURCITY]!" makes me happy :)
- Tell others about Fun Programming.
- Hire me. I'll be happy to give workshops or develop projects that involve art and code for you.
Thank you Abel, Renata, Scott, Florian, Giorgos, Will, Pedro, Timm, Peter, Wade, Glenn (x2), Jerome (5x!), Domingo, Flattr, Siim, Raphaël, Giorgos again (!), 58records, Scott W., Bahtiyar, Phil, Alexandros, Wolfram, Nico, Pere (2x) Matthew (2x), Manuel, Penny, Suzanne, Ray, Paul, Andreas, Paul T. (2x), Stephen, Aaron, Vonnie, Franck, Irene, Ervin, Eric, Philipp, Daniel, Tristan, Curragh and the 10 anonymous donors for supporting this project with 918€ and 0.037 BTC! :) This results in 184€ donated per year since I started this project in August 2011. The current costs per year (without counting my time) are 69,94€ (vimeo) + 12,08€ (domain) + 110,71€ (server) = 184,73€.
And thank you dear audience and followers for sending hundreds of supportive and positive comments. I'm glad that you found this project useful :)