Theo: like others in this thread I find it quite shocking and disappointing how poorly you are doing financially from your hard work.
I apologise if this is too obvious a suggestion but if the foundation is making a sufficient income is it not possible for you to draw a salary as an employee? As to the original topic, there are companies out there that will do USB sticks, but it's probably simpler for end users to just download the installer and stick it on a stick themselves. On 1 Dec 2015 4:05 am, "Theo de Raadt" <dera...@cvs.openbsd.org> wrote: > > The good news if any, is that Gifts are tax free in Canada, so that part > > is helpful and users should fell they get more out of their money freely > > given as a gift. > > > > http://www.taxtips.ca/personaltax/giftsandinheritances.htm > > Correct, but be careful it will not be interpreted later as a non-gift. > > > Now to be clear Theo, are donation via the paypal on the donations page > > are directly to you and you can do as you see fit, and/or only checks > > would be best? > > Correct, as I see fit. I try to use it for the Project for things the > Foundation doesn't fund. I declared it that way on the web site. I > have not used it much for my own needs. > > Please don't assume that a lot arrives in that account. It seems most > contributions are towards the OpenBSD Foundation. > > > I know that was discuss a few times on this list, just try to be clear > > as it is now, and I can setup paypal and do recurring gifts to > > compensate some for the sad CD sales reduction and if so, I sure would > > encourage users to do the same so that you can continue to do what you > > love and what we all benefit from obviously! > > Thanks. I feel there have been too many attempts at rebooting this model > every few years and it isn't going to work out long term.