Donations

This site is growing like crazy. All of us generate gigabytes of traffic per day, and we use a sustantial part of a rack-mounted server. It's not the most expensive thing in the world, but it has reached a point where I can no longer pretend it costs absolutely nothing to run. Looking at the not-so-distant future, we may need our own server, pay the going rate for our bandwidth and maybe even hire people for some freelance odd-jobs. I'd hate to see this great community suffer because it lacks some source of revenue.

You can help make xda-developers better by donating a little. For every ten Euros (around USD 15, please use a online currency converter if you wish to be sure) you donate, you'll get a small above your name with every forum posting.
(To avoid clutter, there's a bigger for every ten. Can you think of better way to show off your wealth than to show you care about your community? Donating is easy, and you'll be done in about as much time as it takes you to read this page. And if you already have a PayPal account it is much, much faster still.)

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Of course you are still most welcome to make a donation. But unless you log in first, you will not earn of our pretty stars. If you have an account, you can

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first. If you do not have an account, you need to register for an account first. If you wish to make an anonymous donation, simply fill in the amount below and click the donation button.

Alright! I will donate Euros to XDA-developers.   

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Absolutely all proceeds from donations will benefit this community. None of your hard-earned money will be invested in XDA-developer speedboats, tropical holidays and/or controlled substances of any kind.

Note: When you're finished with your paypal transaction don't forget to click the "Return to merchants homepage" link on the final page. This is how we register the stars you recieve for your donation, so if you don't click that link you don't receive stars
 

This was fun to think up and write. Please use it a lot, because it will generate some money and help our site grow.

Peter Poelman