A Personal Challenge

Peter Bogdanoff bogdanoff at me.com
Thu May 19 21:16:54 CEST 2016


After Todd’s offer I went ahead and multiplied my pledge by 10.

Peter


On May 18, 2016, at 8:06 PM, Mark Smith <Mark_Smith at cpe.umanitoba.ca> wrote:

> Apologies for cross posting...
> 
> In the last couple of days, 173 backers (excluding Livecode) have
> contributed $22,833 towards the Infinite Livecode campaign (or about $130
> dollars each). So first a huge THANK YOU to everyone who has contributed
> because I know times are tough. But I also know this is an incredible deal.
> First, we expand our developer base from a handful of great contributors in
> Edinburgh to well, frankly, all of us. Yes, with Infinite all of us can
> contribute in real and meaningful ways to the development of Livecode.
> That’s HUGE!  Second we get Todd’s wonderful offer of an OPEN SOURCE version
> of his wrapped WordPress functionality so (a) we can see how to do that and
> (b) we can build really great e-commerce sites for fun or profit. We get
> both of these for what? $130 ??!? Wow, that is an amazing deal.
> 
> So, here’s my challenge: I know we all know this is worth way more so I just
> went and DOUBLED my contribution. If you have contributed already I
> challenge you to do the same. I know, it’s going to hurt. I really do… I’ve
> been there :)  But only for a second and then you are going to feel really
> great about what you’ve just done for Livecode and for yourself. I guarantee
> that. As for the rest, if you have not yet contributed, we need your help
> too. So I challenge you to contribute what you can. That’s all I ask:
> contribute what you can. Because in this campaign every dollar is going to
> count towards something great.
> 
> Thanks, now go double down!!
> 
> Mark
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