Facilitate a transparent and fault tolerant community via collective ownership of
Record all revenue and expenses of
the-bort.comto date, and continuing forward.
Use communal resources to grow and hopefully rebuild what we lost better than it was. It’s an uphill battle given the losses suffered, but I also know most of yall out there are incredibly clever and kindhearted, so I am optimistic.
I’ve been asked the valid question, “If I donate, where does my money go?” I’m a better programmer than book keeper, so it’d be really nice if we could get a Bort Treasurer to help with this. In the meanwhile, here is a list of all costs and revenue to date.
Total Expenses To Date 1/08/22: $400.55
Total Donations To Date 1/08/22: $140.84
Personal Net Loss To Date 1/08/22: $259.71
Current Monthly Operating Expenses: ~$41.10
Cloud Servers: $27.03
Email Servers: $0.00
DNS Registry: $13.17
Previous Bort Iteration Herokuapp: $364.35
Application Container on Cloud Server:
Current Cloud Hosting Price: 40 per month
Paid Cloud Fees to Date (01/08/22): $27.03
These currently cost us 0 dollars a month, up to 10,000 emails. As of now, we have a while until we start paying for this. It could change in the future, but if it does that means we are growing substantially which is a good thing!
Current Cost: $13.17 ( weekly)
This is a flat fee paid yearly for
the-bort.com so we can publicly use the domain.
Total Costs: 364.35
Our home before we moved here. Using a PaaS instead of IaaS and database challenges accounted for the higher costs of the previous iteration.
Personal Venmo Transactions: $142
- 12/29/2019 $20
- 12/29/2019 $20
- 10/23/19 $15
- 10/22/19 $10
- 10/22/19 $20
- 8/8/19 $25
- 8/8/19 $19
- 8/8/19 $3
- 8/8/19 $10
Venmo Fees: $1.16
- 8/8/19 $0.57
- 10/22/19 $0.30
- 10/26/19 $0.25
- 12/31/19 $0.04