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Past event

Cloudflare Connect

Jun 11Jun 11, 2019
08:15
The best place to learn about the next generation of Internet security and performance.

Top financial contributors

Individuals

1

Cristian Bicheru

$250 USD since Jun 2019

2

Mabin

$35 USD since May 2019

3

Arno Moonen

$10 USD since Jun 2019

Organizations

1

Cloudflare

$57k USD since Oct 2017

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Published on April 29, 2019 by Andrew Fitch

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Today’s balance

$9,499.73 USD

Estimated annual budget

~ $33,157.01 USD

Cloudflare Collective is all of us

Our contributors 8

Everyone who has supported Cloudflare Collective. Individuals and organizations that believe in –and take ownership of– our purpose.

Junade Ali
Collective Admin
Andrew Fitch
Collective Admin
Jade Wang
Collective Admin
Connor Peshek
Collective Admin
Cloudflare
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$56,500 USD

Cristian Bicheru
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$250 USD

Mabin
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$35 USD

Arno Moonen
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$10 USD

About

We love to support our awesome Developer community, so you can keep doing great things and sharing knowledge through meetup events.

This collective was set up to sponsor 🍕🍕 pizzas for developer meetups around the world 🍕🍕

Requirements:
  • Pizza receipt from vendor
  • Picture of organizer presenting Cloudflare slides to the meetup group

Process:

  1. If the group meets the mission for the meetups, the group should proceed to schedule their meetup and pull the Cloudflare Introductory Slides ahead of time. There are several slides, but groups can pick which group of slides most applies to their group. For example, A JavaScript meetup should use the “JavaScript + front end meetups” slides. 
  2. Present the Cloudflare Introductory Slides at the beginning of the event AND take a photo of the group in front of the Cloudflare logo. 
  3. Someone from the group then must Tweet the photo @Cloudflare, so we can retweet. 
  4. Submit through Open Collective AND the post-event form within 60 days of the date of the expense. The expense must have the original receipt from the vendor attached.

Please note that Cloudflare will not reimburse groups which have not properly completed all of the steps outlined above.

For more information on our rules, check out this google doc.

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