People seem more willing to donate money to projects, when they've had a chance to see and try the software for themselves (UPP and MW have both been to many shows and user club meetings to demonstrate their software).
Maybe developers could offer a preview service, where potential donaters can try the software over a VNC or RDP connection. In most cases an old RiscPC, connected to the internet via a router wich is set to keep the connection online and update a dyndns.org domain could probably do the job.
Video converter port FFmpeg updated Bug fixes and new formats supported for application that converts videos into a format playable on RISC OS computers. Also don't forget Murnong by the same author, which allows users to watch YouTube videos from their ROS desktop. 6 comments, latest by gvrace on 30/11/08 9:41AM. Published: 23 Nov 2008