Your donations keep this project alive.|
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If you like Aquamacs, or maybe like to see it improve over time, then please donate some money. Sorry for being a bit obnoxious about this, but the Aquamacs developers count on your generosity.
Donors will, usually shortly before the next major release, receive a (single) thank-you e-mail from the maintainer, including a special update about progress with the project, and, if available, plugins or code to enable extra features not yet available in Aquamacs. We won't contact you beyond that unless you ask us to.
You can use any international credit/debit card or also a Paypal
Aquamacs is free software, but producing it costs a lot of time and also some real cash. Currently, a single developer has produced and combined the code that makes Aquamacs unique compared to a standard Emacs implementation. A number of other volunteers helped by means of bug reporting and making helpful suggestions, through documentation and support.
We can only go on with this project if you contribute.
We, the people behind Aquamacs, won't be able to fly first class thanks to Aquamacs donations. But we can justify the time and effort spent if you pay up, and for sure we are grateful for every dollar, Euro and pound.
Details of a bank account (IBAN/BIC) in Germany, suitable for international transfers and free transfers from the Euro zone, can also be provided. Contact david.reitter (at) gmail.com for information.
If you would like to make an institutional contribution to ensure the long-term viability of this project, please contact the lead developer, david.reitter (at) gmail.com.
Your contribution counts. Many thanks!
You are most welcome to contribute code to the Aquamacs project. Please submit patches against the current head revision in the Git repository, or against the latest release. We ask that you write the code yourself, and that, if the code is not Mac-specific and of interest to the whole Emacs community, we can forward your contribution upstream to the GNU Emacs project so that even more people can benefit from your work.