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« on: April 20, 2009, 10:16:02 PM »

Newsletter for April 20th, 2009
Codename "Springtime Prelude"






1. Newsletter Editorial

Greetings all, and welcome to another edition of the DonationCoder.com newsletter.

First and foremost, it's time to say thank you to everyone who helped make our 4th anniversary fundraiser in March such a great success.  We raised over $13,000 dollars thanks to the generous contributions from both new and long-time members.  That's enough money to pay for our web hosting costs and server administration for the next two years -- Yay!

We also wrapped up our first public survey and we've posted the results online for everyone to read.. Learn what your fellow readers think about the site and our software, and what we should concentrate on in the future.

So on behalf of everyone at the site, let me again say "Thank You."  Starting with this newsletter, we shall now return to normal, non-fundraising mode..



2. Your Participation Requested

No matter what your level of computer knowledge, or how long you've been a DC member, we'd love to have you participate on the forum.  See the links below for some good places to jump in and make your first post.



3. DC Site and Forum Stuff

One thing that makes it fun to hang out at the forum is that we're always hearing ideas for new features to make it a better place. We may not have time to implement every idea, but we try to stay busy!



4. Coding Snacks and Mini-reviews

The Coding Snacks Section is where people can request small utilities be coded while they wait.  Since the last newsletter we've had quite a few new ones.  And we've also got a new mini-review to add to the mix.



5. Software Discounts and Giveaways for April 2009

In April we have a discount on Macro Express Pro, and a chance to win a free copy of it, as well as some DC mugs to give away.  But you'll have to act quickly because the giveaway ends on April 22nd, and the discount ends on April 30th.



6. Software Discussion

It's probably fair to say that the majority of the discussions on DonationCoder.com are about computer software.  Below are some noteworthy threads about software posted to DC since the last newsletter.



7. Fun and Games

If you've read the newsletter up to this point, take a break and check out some of the lighter fare from the forum - humour, videos, and games..



8. Developer's Corner

If you're not a developer, don't be put off by the title of this section. There is likely something of interest to you on the Developer's Corner. It's more than just a forum for the discussion of software development, it's also where we discuss web design, entrepreneurial struggles, and general productivity issues.  And it's great to see that the section has been pretty active over the last few months -- keep it up people!



9. News You Can Use

DC Member Ehtyar has taken to producing wonderfully weekly summaries of important tech/computer/security news articles that he comes across on the web.  A big hit on the forum.  How is he able to keep up this pace and when will he collapse from exhaustion? We are all waiting to find out.

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