Actually I'm pretty sure it could be done even if DSF kept a profit, to 
re-inject it into other developments for exemple. AFAIK the major difference 
between non-profit and company is that you don't own it and as such you cannot 
take dividends out of it personally. IMHO everybody would benefit if DSF did 
more commerce and was stronger by that mean. I could sing an ode to commerce 
but that would be much off-topic.
אורי if you're looking for commercial extension you can certainly hire someone 
for that for the time being, Patryk's company seems to have willing developers, 
or hire someone to face the debt in your codebase, which Patryk's company will 
probably recommend for the same budget. Sorry for being so binary but unless 
another idea emerges from this topic...  it seems pretty cornered at this 
point, sorry for not being more helpful.

Best of luck

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