Crowdfunding for phenomenology.
Open Commons are looking for crowdfunding. See below, extracted from an email I received earlier.
“I am writing to you today on behalf of the Open Commons of Phenomenology (http://ophen.org) – a non-profit organization you might know from their online repository, which contains hundreds of phenomenological texts, including many volumes of the Husserliana, for free. The Open Commons also publishes the journal Phenomenological Reviews, and has a blogging platform that hosts the Husserl Archives and the Center for Subjectivity Research.
The Open Commons has just launched their first crowdfunding campaign, and are looking for backers. The money will go toward expanding the content of the online repository, funding translation projects, and developing new tools and services.
Please consider making a donation to this great cause. You can check out their campaign on Indiegogo by clicking this link:https://igg.me/at/ophen
Every dollar helps
We also encourage members to spread the word about the campaign on social media.
Thank you in advance for your support”
So so there you have it!