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Brett Smith (brett) - 6 years ago 2016-09-27 19:23:02
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npoacct: Update quote from SPI.
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@@ -183,53 +183,53 @@ proprietary licensing than Conservancy will ever spend in developing a
 
replacement. Please <a href="#donate-box" class="donate-now">donate
 
generously</a> to help us do it!</p>
 

	
 
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<h3>Statements of Support For This Project from Others</h3>
 

	
 
<p><q>As a national fiscal sponsor with over 3,000 arts and cultural projects
 
under our umbrella, Fractured Atlas is ecstatic about this effort's
 
potential. After 15 years wrestling with Quickbooks and other inadequate
 
options, the idea of an open source tool designed specifically for this niche
 
of the field is beyond welcome. We wholeheartedly support the Conservancy's
 
work on this front and look forward to seeing where it leads.</q> &mdash;
 
<a href="https://www.fracturedatlas.org/site/bios/staff/1/Adam%20Forest_Huttler">Adam
 
  Huttler</a>, Chief Executive Officer, <a href="https://www.fracturedatlas.org">Fractured Atlas</a></p>
 

	
 
<p><q><a href="http://QuestionCopyright.org">QuestionCopyright.org</a> is
 
just one of many organizations that would benefit from a Free Software
 
accounting system that is usable by non-technical people.  We
 
enthusiastically support the Conservancy's campaign to create one, and look
 
forward to using the result.</q>
 
&mdash; <a href="http://questioncopyright.org/speakers/karl_fogel">Karl
 
Fogel</a>, Executive Director,
 
  <a href="http://QuestionCopyright.org">QuestionCopyright.org</a></p>
 

	
 
<p><q>As a fiscal sponsor organization with over 30 currently-associated Free
 
Software projects, Software in the Public Interest shares the Conservancy's
 
needs and interests in this area, and welcome the opportunity to collaborate
 
on the development of a Free Software solution to our accounting needs.</q>
 
&mdash; Bdale Garbee, President,  <a href="http://www.spi-inc.org/">Software
 
<p><q>Software in the Public Interest is a fiscal sponsor for 44 free and open
 
source projects. We share many of the accounting needs and challenges of
 
the Conservancy and are excited to collaborate on a Free Software
 
solution to these needs and challenges.</q>
 
&mdash; Michael Schultheiss, Treasurer, <a href="http://www.spi-inc.org/">Software
 
    in the Public Interest</a></p>
 

	
 
<p><q>Open Source accounting software specifically tailored for non-profits
 
    will fill a pretty large need.</q>
 
    &mdash; <a href="http://wagner.nyu.edu/calabrese">Thad Calabrese</a>,
 
    Assistant Professor of Public and Nonprofit Financial Management
 
    at <a href="http://wagner.nyu.edu/">NYU Wagner</a>, and co-author
 
    of <cite>Financial Management for Public, Health, and Not-for-Profit
 
    Organizations, 4th Edition</cite>.</p>
 

	
 
<p><q>The Open Source Initiative has shared the experiences of Software
 
     Freedom Conservancy in navigating the financial management needs of
 
     non-profit organisations and shares their concern. We have many NPOs as
 
     members and we welcome this useful initiative by Conservancy.</q>
 
     &mdash; Simon Phipps, (former) President, <a href="http://opensource.org/node/658">Open Source
 
     Initiative</a></p>
 

	
 
<p><q>The <a href="https://fsf.org/">Free Software Foundation</a> is committed to doing all of its work,
 
both public-facing and internal, using only free software. We are thankful to
 
the developers of SQL Ledger for providing the accounting software that has
 
served us well for many years. As we have grown, so have the complexities of
 
our finances.  Because of our own needs and our mission to help other
 
organizations &mdash; both inside and outside of the technology sphere
 
&mdash; run their operations on exclusively free software, we wholeheartedly
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