[Tastebridge] The Mystery of the Disappearing Donations

algoldor at frantisekapfelbeck.org algoldor at frantisekapfelbeck.org
Thu Apr 21 01:43:03 PDT 2011


Hi to all!
Please do try to find another alternative than a "closed control  
system". I would really appreciate it, I consider it very important to  
keep Tastebridge open also in this manner and I'm not alone. I know it  
is difficult and may be sometimes even frustrating but "open is so  
good" that it is worth of some extra work and trouble. I'll try to  
help to find another solution.

Sincerely,

Frantisek

PS Take it from the point of view that at least someone cares about  
our bucket, and on regular basis, what a determination! Once his/her  
balance of donations turns from - to + we are the winners. One more  
sole redeemed.



Quoting Rikke Rasmussen <rikke.c.rasmussen at gmail.com>:

> Hey people,
>
> Amanda and I have bottled yet another batch of kombucha for y'all to enjoy -
> they're currently sitting on the Tastebridge shelf, awaiting refrigeration
> tomorrow.
>
> Am much dismayed to note, however, that the Tastebridge donation jar (the
> small screw top one we keep our funds in) currently contains only $9.00 (6
> of which were put in tonight, and down from ~$35.00 on Monday night) -
> nowhere near enough to replenish our almost depleted stock of tea and sugar
> (base ingredients). This basically means that we've got barely enough for
> another batch, and won't be able to make any more unless money magically
> reappears. I'll immediately take the (painful!) step of putting a locked box
> in the fridge for kombucha donations - anyone who feels they should have a
> key can ask me for one.
>
> Sorry folks, but this really sucks. Please help me make sure this doesn't
> happen again.
>
> /Rikke
>





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