Remove Nico here from Donations. It looks like he's the "documentation contact"
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2DragonFly is not yet incorporated as a non-profit, meaning no tax benefit is
3available for donating time or goods to the project. However, developers can
4still use your contributed hardware.
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7<p>
8Please email donations at dragonflybsd.org to make a request or when a request i
9s filled, so
10that we may update this page. Requestors on this page should have at least one
11accepted contribution to DragonFly.
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14<p>
15Donors, please contact the requestor directly (and CC:
16donations at dragonflybsd.org). You and the donating/receiving party must
17independently resolve any delivery issues. The DragonFly BSD Project is
18not responsible for any transactions.
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21<p>
22Some tips on sending donated equipment through the mail: Mailing materials out of
23the country usually requires some sort of customs declaration. State clearly
24on any customs form that the equipment is used, is a gift to an individual and
25not a business, and the value of the equipment (usually less than $50 USD).
26Adding www.dragonflybsd.org as a reference can also help, as this provides
27additional information for a curious customs officer. It also may help to
28repeat that information in a letter inside the packaging, in case it is opened
29or damaged.
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4ce6db89 33DragonFly BSD Developers seeking donations.
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886941a9 35* [josepht](mailto://josepht@dragonflybsd.org) - SSD - Donation received from Jeremy Chadwick. Many thanks Jeremy!
f915363f 36* [alexh](mailto://alexh@dragonflybsd.org) - Hard disk with 4K native (4Kn) sector size, i.e. one that actually reports a block size of 4k (not the EARS drives from WD) to implement support in DragonFly. They might not even exist yet?
722ebb7d 37* [swildner](mailto://swildner@dragonflybsd.org) - Intel Raid Controller RS25DB080