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Flattr Appreciation During October Euro 29.81

In the spirit of transparency here is our income report for September. We were flattred 125 times by 19 people and received €29.81 in support for our work. We are still working on stabilizing the writing for Pirate Times but will hopefully expand the work a bit in a month or two. The donations act as a motivator for us to write more content and shows that you really appreciate the hard work we put down. We’re humbled to see that the donations continue to rise. Thanks for your support!

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.

Name: Pirate Times
Period: 201210

Thing: Clicks: Revenue:
Czech Pirates Prepare for National Elections 7 €6.47
Czech Pirate Party Election Results 4 €5.62
PPI blocked from becoming observer members of WIPO 10 €3.50
Pirate Party Sweden Sees Major Member Surge 6 €2.54
Introduction of The Pirate Party of Slovenia 4 €2.26
Alex Arnold Becomes the First Elected Pirate Mayor! 4 €1.46
How Sweden Found an Effective Way of Broadening their Politics 4 €1.15
Pirate_Times on Flattr 3 €1.01
Flattr Appreciation During September Euro 20.49 5 €1.00
Open Source Textbooks: Learning Was Meant to be Free 5 €1.00
Introduction of the Norwegian Pirate Party 2 €0.94
Pirates Ready for Municipal Elections on Sunday in Finland 4 €0.76
Sunday Elections Look Promising for Piraten Basel 4 €0.39
Czech PP Celebrates First Pirate Senator 4 €0.33
Pirate Times website 2 €0.31
Portugal Declares File-Sharing for Personal Use Legal 2 €0.31
Austrian General Convention Made Clear Ship For Upcoming Elections 3 €0.26
European Pirate Parties Protest Against INDECT 3 €0.26
Results From the First ‘Piratas de Galicia’ Election! 3 €0.26
#exile6e – a Pirate Docuseries 3 €0.26
Belgian Pirate Party Election Results, 14 votes short 3 €0.26
Pirate Party in ACT Australia Elections 3 €0.26
Greek Pirates Reach 1% In Polls And Are Ready For Their 1st Congress 3 €0.26
First time elections for the Galician Pirates 3 €0.26
Rodrigo Jorquera: “Participation of everyone will lead to a better government” 3 €0.26
Organising a Regular Meeting 2 €0.24
German Pirates debate Europe, Economics and Eurocrisis 2 €0.24
You Can’t Win Them All – Election Results from Finland and the ACT 2 €0.21
About Us 2 €0.08
Regional and municipal elections in Belgium 2 €0.08
Pirate Lost Mayoral Election in Saarlouis, Germany 2 €0.08
The Team 2 €0.08
Flattr Appreciation During August 2 €0.08
PPEU Conference Barcelona 2 €0.08
Running an Information Stand 1 €0.07
Interview with Dirk Poot, first candidate of the Dutch Pirate Party 1 €0.07
PirateCon – the PPUK conference 1 €0.06
Neither left nor right – an essay on Pirate politics 1 €0.06
PPNL Did Not Get a Seat But the Future is Looking Bright 1 €0.06
Introduction of the Pirate Party of Catalonia 1 €0.06
Send a Friend to NDAA Jail 1 €0.06
The Pirate spirit detouring around politicians and stereotypes 1 €0.06
The Pirate Movement on Facebook and Twitter – August 2012 1 €0.02
The Life and Death of ACTA 1 €0.02
Flattr fee 10% – €3.31
Total sum for 44 things flattred by 19 unique users €29.81
Featured image: CC BY-SA Flattr.com
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