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Flattr Appreciation During May Euro 20.49

In May we had 41 things flattred by 15 unique users. In total we were flattred 81 times last month and received Euro 20.49 in support for our work. We are very happy about this and it seems like it’s mostly a core of about 15 Flattr users that give us continued support. Thanks a lot for that! Here are some income statistics from Flattr over the past months. In February we received an extra 9.50 Euros (after fees) in a direct donation from one anonymous benefactor, many thanks!

flattr income statistics

Domain = 18.50 Euros (two years)
Server space = 25 Euros (past few months + until end of December)
wpml wordpress plugin = 60.50 Euros
Flattr fee for withdrawing = 1 Euro
== 105 Euros in total costs

Remaining on account = 92.50 Euros

The wpml plugin is to add multiple language and translation support to our wordpress. We plan to start translating our blog to at least French and Spanish (hopefully more later on) to reach a bigger audience. If you speak several languages and would like to help us translate then please get in touch.

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: May

Thing: Clicks: Revenue:
Pirate_Times on Flattr 6 €8.31
P-review 6-12 May 2013 3 €2.08
PPI’s New Board Carries Hopes and a Big Weight 4 €2.04
International Projects in e-Government and Digital Cooperation 2 €2.04
An Evening with Marina Weisband and Direct Democracy 4 €1.05
Pirate Party Charges Banks for WikiLeaks Boycott 1 €1.00
PP Croatia Reaches 21% in City District, Winning Two Out of Nine Board Seats 4 €0.61
Spanish Pirate Confederation attends Democratic Organizations Congress in Salamanca 3 €0.55
How Sweden Found an Effective Way of Broadening their Politics 2 €0.54
The first General Assembly of the Polish Pirate Party 3 €0.50
German Pirate Party General Assembly Day 1 2 €0.46
The Current State of the Pirate Movement in Japan – an Inteview 2 €0.46
The Pirate Times Pirate Party Policy Comparison Table 1 €0.42
The Pirate Movement on Facebook and Twitter – April 2013 2 €0.37
About Us 3 €0.29
PPI blocked from becoming observer members of WIPO 2 €0.10
Pirate Parties Worldwide 1 €0.10
The Team 1 €0.10
Flattr Appreciation During April Euro 14.93 2 €0.08
P-REVIEW 13-19 MAY 2013 with Videos and Podcasts 2 €0.08
Local elections in Croatia 2 €0.08
German Pirate Party General Assembly Day 3 2 €0.08
German Pirate Party General Assembly Day 2 2 €0.08
German Pirate Party General Assembly Day 1 2 €0.08
P-review 29 April – 5 May 2013 2 €0.08
IMMI – A Safe Haven for Digital Rights – An Introduction 2 €0.08
“Pirates in Education” are running for a seat in the Greek teachers federation 2 €0.08
General Assembly of the German Pirate Party May 2013 2 €0.08
Pirate Times website 1 €0.05
Young Pirates SE Want to Introduce Mass Immigration and Form Nordic Federal State 2 €0.04
Reminder: Call for hosts – PPI – General Assembly 2014 1 €0.04
France parliamentary elections: Low turnout may be good for French Pirate candidates 1 €0.04
Alex Arnold Becomes the First Elected Pirate Mayor! 1 €0.04
The Pirate World 2012 1 €0.04
Flattr Appreciation During August 1 €0.04
Iceland Report #3 ; Final Campaigning for a Better Iceland 1 €0.04
Iceland Report #4 : History Made by a Hair’s Breadth 1 €0.04
Iceland Report #5: A Look Back 1 €0.04
Pirate Times Quiz Iceland Special 1 €0.04
Introduction of the Pirate Party of South Korea 1 €0.04
Flattr fee 10% – €2.28
Total sum for 41 things flattred by 15 unique users €20.49

Featured image: Attribution CC-BY, Pirate Times

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