Gittip is a way to give money every week to people and teams you believe in. http://building.gittip.com/ (← copy/paste, sorry)
From time to time it is suggested that Gittip is fatally flawed because it fosters resentment.
I wrote two months ago in “Relentless Refinement” that we need to “process an increasingly higher-volume stream of increasingly higher…
Update: Portions of this interview appeared in “Friday Reads: Crowdfunding through Gittip and ‘Literary Fiction’s Dilemma’” on August 23…
We need lots of good pull requests, aligned around “About” pages
The challenges of scaling online communities and marketplaces
One small slice of the pie
tl;dr - The current situation isn’t optimal
How can we open-source consumer products? Why should we?
We’re sharing the money, and kids eat first
Winning Gittip’s Second Year
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Half-way to Sustainability
Alexander Stigsen invented the “open company” in 2009
I’m building a weekly gift exchange called Gittip.
After 15 years, WYSIWYG that doesn’t suck
If journalism can’t be open, what can?
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