We have been working diligently in the background on a bundle of improvements to the website and to our user subscription service. Those improvements are now ready for beta testing. With your help, we're hoping to roll them out on the main site soon.
If you'd like to see what we've been doing and how you can help, go check out this forum thread posted by Bruno, our resident developer. We need a few more eyeballs looking at the development site to make sure everything works as expected.
Among the improvements: full-site SSL encryption, the ability to make anonymous contributions via the subscription system, and the ability to choose any amount you wish for your annual auto-renewal. See if you can find something that breaks before I do! Thanks in advance for your help, folks.
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