Kash - payed support?

Neil Stevens neil at qualityassistant.com
Sat Aug 16 20:34:33 BST 2003

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On Saturday August 16, 2003 12:13, Roger Larsson wrote:
> Today we can vote on bugs and wishlist items (all votes being equal).
> Suppose there were a golden vote? (Payed with Kash)
> Suppose you could buy a golden vote with 1 Kash (40€)
> * The persons who solves the problem shares the golden Kash
> 	The reporter decides if the problem is solved and who should
> 	get the money.
> If you have Kash you can use it to
> * vote with
> * pay traveling expenses to KDE events - like Kastle
> * buy stuff from companies:
> 	* "KDE Stuff"
> 	* Linux distributions (SuSE, Mandrake, ...)
> 	* Hardware...
> And if all this works:
> * exchange Kash for real money
> [The system needs to handle Kash like real money, trace each
> transaction...]

This is something each contribuotr would have to support on his own.  
Organizing this through KDE won't work, since you can't count on any one 
contributor honoring the votes.

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