Personally, I don't have the resources to contribute any amount of money. Unix admin's job here in Serbia is paid in high 4 figures :) Yearly, that's right.
But I work for a company whose networking relies heavily on OpenBSD. My boss, although not from FOSS world, understands the value of good software, so I managed to persuade him to approve purchase of CD set every release. He also understand software is free to use, and sees CD set as 'suggested semi-annual contribution'. Buying something physical such as CD keeps our purchase department happy. It would be much harder, or even impossible, to explain a donation, as would purchase of multiple CD sets. Now, if you take into account that the company I work for pays hundreds of euros per year to a Cisco partner just to be able to get bug fixes for single router, I don't think my boss would object to buying CD set even if it was double or triple the price. Just my point of view. -- Before enlightenment - chop wood, draw water. After enlightenment - chop wood, draw water. Marko Cupać https://www.mimar.rs/