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If any funds are needed, why not organize a kind of "Slack-O-thon" to raise some funds on this forum, I'm quite sure we are several willing to participate more directly than just buying one or two DVDs and a shirt... Plus it might be an occasion to explain the purpose of the funds (buying new server, be sure Pat and co can live for some years... After all we are all Slackers for something, we want Slackware to be in good health.
Sell your cars, sell your houses, send your wives and daughters out on the streets, and get the donations pouring in now! SOS - Save Our Slack!
Usually, when this happens, some people start thinking maybe a new release is imminent.
Are we there yet?