Flattr Appreciation During Dec 2014 (10.41E)

Flattr Appreciation During Dec 2014 (10.41E)

December brought a lot of interesting events and articles which are reflected in number of things that were flattred last month. The value of each flattr was increased, especially on a few things that got more than a Euro for a click. This might be because people decided to be more generous during the Christmas break or more likely that they were less active with flattring, splitting their donations in fewer pieces. Thanks a lot for your continued support that allows us to keep running the basics.

In December 2014 we had 43 things flattred by 9 unique users. In total we were flattred 57 times last month and received 10.41 Euro in support for our work.

  Flattr is a microdonation service that allows you to give a small amount of money each month to content you would like to give support. It can be compared to a “Facebook super-like” with money attached. Users act like patrons of work or people they want to support and  ”many small streams” adds up to something larger.

Period: December

Thing: Clicks: Revenue:
Pirates Elected to Municipalities and Local Bodies [Pirate History] 2 2.114
PPI blocked from becoming observer members of WIPO 2 1.614
Flattr Appreciation During July 2014, Euro 5.94 1 1.428
Greek Pirate Elected to Board of Athen’s Teacher Association 3 1.173
Pirate_Times on Flattr 4 0.804
PPSE GA: New board, Changes and Plans for 2015 2 0.173
Swedish Pirates Head Toward Election Without a Leader 2 0.173
PPAU delivers application to PPI Court of Arbitration 2 0.173
Annie Machon — former MI5 agent who blew the whistle 2 0.173
Flattr Appreciation During Oct (5.24E) and Nov (2.59E) 2 0.173
About Us 2 0.173
The Team 2 0.173
Important 3rd Congress for the Pirate Party of Greece 1 0.114
Results from PPDE State Elections (Saxony, Thüringen and Brandenburg) 1 0.114
Analogue Stress and Social Media Strategies (The Internet Days 2/2) 1 0.114
Why Pirates should be concerned about TTIP 1 0.114
Leading Swedish Pirates Step Down 1 0.114
How Sweden Found an Effective Way of Broadening their Politics 1 0.114
Flattr Appreciation During Aug & Sep 2014, Euro 4.20 & 6.90 1 0.114
Alex Arnold Becomes the First Elected Pirate Mayor! 1 0.114
PPAU Translates Landmark Pirate Bay Case 1 0.114
Spain Adopts Repressive ‘Gag Law’ 1 0.114
The Pirate Bay blocked in France 1 0.114
Taiga: a New Project Tracker for Pirate Activities? 1 0.114
How the State Produces Hate: Peter Sunde in Prison Part 2 1 0.114
Pirate Party of Russia Files a 7 Million Euro Lawsuit 1 0.114
Pirates Without Borders International Orga Weekend 1 0.114
Piratpartiet (PPSE) Below 1% in Swedish Elections 1 0.114
Winning Discussions: Affirming the Consequent (Effective Pirating) 1 0.114
New Zealand’s Election Results 1 0.114
Israeli Activists Protest Against Biometric Database Law using Drones 1 0.114
TTIP International Day of Action 1 0.114
Pirate Party President Sven Clement on Trial 1 0.114
Pirates to Enter Several Local Czech Parliaments 1 0.114
Spreading the Message Through Culture: Introducing Neals 1 0.114
How the State Produces Hate: Peter Sunde in Prison (Part 1/2) 1 0.114
Keynotes, Fight for the Internet and Open Data (The Internet Days 1/2) 1 0.114
Pirate Parties Worldwide 1 0.058
The Current State of the Pirate Movement in Japan – an Inteview 1 0.058
Brazil Conference – The Pirate Party of Brazil is no Longer 1 0.058
Pirates Demonstrate as Obama Visits Sweden 1 0.058
The Transphobic Trials of Chelsea Manning 1 0.058
Smaller Asteroids a Bigger Threat Than Presumed 1 0.058
Flattr fee – 1.156
Total sum for 43 things flattred by 8 unique users 10.41

Featured image: CC-BY, pasukaru76 

Josef Ohlsson Collentine

About Josef Ohlsson Collentine

I'm a dual citizen (American/Swede) and try to integrate my reflections from a more global perspective if possible. I'm the organizational leader for Pirate Times and work actively to strengthen the pirate movement through this work as well as being the international contact for Piratpartiet (PPSE). Elected board member of PPSE for 2015-2018. If you would like to ask me something I speak English, Swedish and Spanish. Find me on the links below

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