What do others say?

Whether it's a compliment or a complaint, we like to memorialize the things people have said about DonationCoder.com.

On this page you'll find some of the quotations we have collected from emails and around the web.

Share your thoughts!

Let us know what you think about our site and our software, just click the big green button in the upper right hand side of the page to add your testimonial.

Non sequiturs
I just recently learned about Process Tamer & started using it. I do have a question though: why is it that (mme.exe) tries to connect to the internet every so often? [ed. note: nothing to do with our apps, which never connect over the net].
J.M.
It Won't Kill You
Figured I'd donate, wouldn't kill me, great site. I've got Process Tamer running, I had it on a previous machine as well, figured it was time I made a donation. I know running a site can get expensive, and writing code takes time. I always like supporting small businesses and individuals running sites when what they have to offer is of use to me.
M.B.
Friendly and Professional
I'm a long time member of www.broadbandreports.com.. a respected member of BBR posted a review of your program Find & Run Robot. I decided to check it out and found your website incredibly easy to navigate, lots of helpful people, not to mention the wonderful software you've created. I don't join a lot of websites. I stay with the few I know will be helpful and educational for me. I decided to donate what I had in my paypal account because I thought, 1 You make great software and, 2 Your forum seems really friendly and professional at the same time. I will help spread the word on BBR, where I spend most of my time. Thank you for making such an informative and useful site.
M.M.
The Silent Majority
Even though I have not contributed anything to the discussions I follow the site every day.  I find the discussions interesting and informative. I think it's a nice community.
M.R.
We Have Prizes
AWESOME! Thank you so much! I never win anything so this is a real thrill. [on winning one of our free software giveaways]
M.P.
Programmers who Donate
I'm a small-time shareware/freeware author myself, and have a strong appreciation for the amount of time you're spending on this project. Simply put, I believe that good work should be rewarded.
M.R.
Trying to Be a Good Citizen
In the beginning, I was only interested in downloading as much free software as possible :) And I was getting all sorts of warez and so on. But, as I matured in my career, I saw that ripping off software or music or video was generally wrong. (I didn't always stop doing it though!) Anyway, when I find a software that I like (Project URL Snooper), now I try to support the developer. I'm currently unemployed at the moment (I got downsized last year) so I'm still trying to be generous to developers who depend on donations for all or part of their living.
M.
A Win-Win Situation
I heard about your web site after searching out URLSniffer [URL Snooper], seemed like a great bit of software and I wanted to reward the developer by paying for it. Not only did he get rewarded but so did I in getting all the other great software that you guys have produced, a win win situation I guess.
M.S.

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