JS.ORG

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Today's Balance
$9.40
registrar fees (+ one coffee)
$20

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Top financial contributors

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Maximilian Wendel

$5 USD since Dec 2020

2
Guest

$5 USD since Feb 2021

3
Arnar Freyr Ástvaldsson

$2 USD since Oct 2020

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Maximilian We...

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$5 USD

Guest

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i mainly use js.org to view discord.js.org

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Financial contribution to JS.ORG

from Guest

+$5.00USD
Completed

Financial contribution to JS.ORG

from Guest

+$5.00USD
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Yearly financial contribution to JS.ORG (backer)

from Arnar Freyr Ástvaldsson

+$2.00USD
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Today’s balance

$9.40 USD

Total raised

$9.40 USD

Total disbursed

--.-- USD

Estimated annual budget

$9.40 USD

About


Back in 2015 I had the chance to buy the domain js.org. After convincing my wife that it is a good I idea to spend money on 5 letters and a dot, I took the opportunity and bought it.
Since then I'm sharing the domain with the JavaScript community by handing out subdomains. webpack.js.org is probably the best known example. But there are 2000+ other websites under the js.org domain already.

While being a free service, some of the subdomain-owners wanted to contribute financially to my expenses.
So I first tried PayPal-Button on the page. But after a contributor set up a yearly payment of 5€ (in 12 monthly rates) I had to reach out to him and ask him to stop the payment because there is a minimum fee of 0.5€ by PayPal (so they would literally just take everything). That is the reason I'm here.

If you want to contribute to JS.ORGs registrar fees you are welcome; if not, enjoy the service for free

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