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patrons

Friends, community members and random strangers. I have been keeping a blog, writing code, creating and sharing it for free on archi-lab.net for a long time. However, as time passes by, I get distracted with new shiny objects, other things to pursue. However, it appears to me that a lot of you have been enjoying my technology musings, packages, and code. I keep getting asked when will this, or that package be updated, but truth is that time has become a scarce resource for me so I have to prioritize. I don't want to just abandon, all of these things that I have been doing, so in order for me to prioritize them, I will have to ask for your support. This money will be spent to help me find time to maintain the many packages I have created for Dynamo, write blog posts, answer Dynamo Forum questions, be more active on archi-lab.net blog, and even develop new content.
Tiers
Member
$5 or more per month

 You’re officially supporting archi-lab! Thank you! To make sure your contributions are recognized we will post your image on our archi-lab.net Patron's Wall

Citizen
$10 or more per month

You are a member of archi-lab.net support community. You will not only be featured on our Patron Wall, but also get a chance to influence what my next blog post/tutorial should cover by exclusive voting rights. 

Supporter
$25 or more per month

You are a supporter! That's awesome!

You will receive all of the previous benefits, plus an unprecedented access to archi-lab.net sample files. You might have noticed that I rarely post actual files to my blog, but for a supporter, I will make them available for download. 

Patron
$50 or more per month

You are the Partner! I am really thankful for your support, and would like to invite you to a chat. Once a month, you will have the ability to schedule a half-hour call with me, to discuss whatever you like. You can ask me questions about the future posts, pitch ideas for tutorials, new nodes to be added, bugs to be fixed...anything. You talk, I listen. 

Goals
59% complete
When I reach this goal, I will make sure that I post something new to archi-lab.net at least once a month. 
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Friends, community members and random strangers. I have been keeping a blog, writing code, creating and sharing it for free on archi-lab.net for a long time. However, as time passes by, I get distracted with new shiny objects, other things to pursue. However, it appears to me that a lot of you have been enjoying my technology musings, packages, and code. I keep getting asked when will this, or that package be updated, but truth is that time has become a scarce resource for me so I have to prioritize. I don't want to just abandon, all of these things that I have been doing, so in order for me to prioritize them, I will have to ask for your support. This money will be spent to help me find time to maintain the many packages I have created for Dynamo, write blog posts, answer Dynamo Forum questions, be more active on archi-lab.net blog, and even develop new content.

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Tiers
Member
$5 or more per month

 You’re officially supporting archi-lab! Thank you! To make sure your contributions are recognized we will post your image on our archi-lab.net Patron's Wall

Citizen
$10 or more per month

You are a member of archi-lab.net support community. You will not only be featured on our Patron Wall, but also get a chance to influence what my next blog post/tutorial should cover by exclusive voting rights. 

Supporter
$25 or more per month

You are a supporter! That's awesome!

You will receive all of the previous benefits, plus an unprecedented access to archi-lab.net sample files. You might have noticed that I rarely post actual files to my blog, but for a supporter, I will make them available for download. 

Patron
$50 or more per month

You are the Partner! I am really thankful for your support, and would like to invite you to a chat. Once a month, you will have the ability to schedule a half-hour call with me, to discuss whatever you like. You can ask me questions about the future posts, pitch ideas for tutorials, new nodes to be added, bugs to be fixed...anything. You talk, I listen.