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What do I do?
I created and maintain a browser extension called Renewed Tab. See Renewed Tab's donation page.
As a core developer, I've reviewed many hundreds of PRs and contributed hundreds of patches. I've also created a ton of resources, mods and tools for Minetest, such as:
- ContentDB - being able to download mods, games, and texture packs from within Minetest was a game-changer.
- Minetest Modding Book - a book to gently introduce people to the Minetest API.
- Capture the Flag - game and server. I was the original creator and led the project from 2012 to 2019, but have now handed it over.
- Mods - including awards, food, and sfinv.
- NodeBoxEditor - a tool to create node boxes.
I've performed outreach for Minetest - running the social media accounts, enabling the Minetest blog, and representing Minetest with a stall at two conferences.
🧾 Cover my costs: Donating helps cover my costs, which includes server hosting for ContentDB and Renewed Tab, a paid weather API, and occassionally outreach for Minetest.
🚀 Unlock the future: Excess funding will give me room
to do more Minetest outreach, upgrade servers, pay for things like art /
translations, and spend more time on Minetest.
I'd like to run a
stall at a conference like FOSDEM one day. Minetest will be at
☕ Support me: By donating you show me that you appreciate my work, and it encourages me to spend more time to contributing to Minetest. Buying me a coffee helps with my productivity!
Please only donate if you are financially stable. You should prioritise yourself first. This means don't donate if you're a student or a kid.
I represented Minetest at FOSDEM 24. I paid for flyers, stickers, and my travel and accomodation.
I pay €17.57pm (~$19) on server hosting (ContentDB, Renewed Tab, my websites), and $25pm on an AccuWeather subscription for Renewed Tab. Each donation platform also charges fees, which increases costs further.
Ways to Donate
Liberapay is the best option for recurring subscriptions, as Patron takes 8% + fees on all donations.
See more of the stuff I do
Take a look at my projects, blog, Mastodon, GitHub, or YouTube accounts.