Have you checked out Google and Amazon's payment services? I have
heard they exist, but haven't checked them out for cost (I may do so,
and soon, as the Canadian bank's support for ecommerce leaves
everything to be desired: try finding any documentation for their API,
or even if they have such an API, for any of the big 5 in Canada).
R.E.(Ted) Byers, Ph.D.,Ed.D.
It is well deserved.
You must look at how much of the internet and our existing computing architecture relies on the good will of others. It is almost all of it.
Progress cannot happen without openness and honesty, which you all have shown in spades. Everyone everywhere has come together to quickly and efficiently address the issue. No blame, no outrage, just good will. Its one of the biggest items to bring the community together across backgrounds and understanding that information security has ever seen. Very encouraging indeed!
Also, just kind of a case in point when it comes to software development in general....nothing is perfect. As pretty much everyone knows who has ever worked in software or hardware development knows, bulletproof /iceproof / dustproof/waterproof/ etc. just does not exist.
Personally, I am so glad for you guys getting what is deserved and a pat on the back for doing the right thing. The value of open source has never been higher.
Android and Mobile Design guru
In a typical year the OpenSSL project receives about US$2000 in donations.
This week we have received roughly 200 donations totaling nearly
US$3000. Amounts have ranged between $0.02 and $300, and I notice that
some individuals have made multiple contributions.
For the larger donations and multiple contributors I like to send a
personal note in addition to the canned response message. I apologize
for not doing that this week due to the unusually large volume of E-mail
correspondence (donations and otherwise).
Please know that these contributions are greatly appreciated, as much
for the show of support as the monetary value. 100% of all donations
(minus the hefty PayPal fees) will go directly to OpenSSL team members.