What your support helped us do in 2015

At the end of 2014 we raised around $30k from you, our amazing supporters, for an improved experience at Open Source Bridge and for a new Stumptown Syndicate initiative.

Where did all that money go? Here’s how your generous donations made a difference in our community:

  • $5k — We developed a travel fund for Open Source Bridge speakers, enabling five speakers to come who wouldn’t otherwise be able to attend.
  • $5k — We added childcare to allow more parents to be part of the conference.
  • $15k — Video got an upgrade with ConFreaks, so you can enjoy OSB15 over and over again in the comfort of your home.
  • $5k — We created Safety First, a program to help people better understand Codes of Conduct: what they are, why they’re needed, and how they’re enforced.

Thank you all for your generous support! If you would like to contribute to our upcoming endeavors, check our Open Source Bridge prospectus (pdf) or donate to Stumptown Syndicate here.

One Comment on “What your support helped us do in 2015

  1. Those were huge funds! I am just hoping many people will look up to you and do same thing. This is worth sharing!