Olivier Lacan is creating Ruby Facets, a short & sweet news podcast for the Ruby community
4

patrons

$11
per month
Ruby Facets is a weekly short & sweet news podcast for the Ruby and Rails community. It demands time & dedication which is why I'm looking for community support. This will help me afford to write & record the show, and have it professionally edited so that it sounds crisp, clear, and coherent.

I worked with the wonderful Rogie King to give Ruby Facets a distinctive brand that will be showcased on the website and in the show art. I'm also working with a sound magician called Jamison Rabbe who's been faithfully doing sound engineering & editing on the now defunct Code School podcasts.

I will fairly compensate everyone involved with the show for their time and skills. This is why I'm aiming for an initial budget of $1000 per month which should cover the one-time branding work from Rogie, recurring editing and engineering work from Jamison, and my own time gathering stories, writing and recording the show for the first month at a pace of one episode per week.
Rewards
Pledge $1 or more per month
1 patron
Listener: You'll help with the production costs of the show: writing, recording, editing, hosting. The estimated cost for a month of the show is about $500, so it would only take 500 of you fine folks to sustain the show in its minimal form.
Pledge $3 or more per month
2 patrons
Supporter: You'll be listed as an official supporter of the show. I know it isn't much but this community is made of people and it's nice to remember that sometimes.
Pledge $5 or more per month
1 patron
Subscriber: Since we have this wonderful brand mark from Rogie King, it would make sense to turn it into a swoon-worthy sticker, no? None of that cheap stuff either, you're mighty kind and deserve nothing but the best: StickerMule.

You'll get a clean and crisp Ruby Facets sticker with just the logo on it, no frills. It's a heart made of Ruby, what better way to show your love for our community? I guess you could contribute to open source sure, but it's at least the second best way!
Goals
$11 of $1,000 per month
To get the show up and running for the first month at a clip of one episode per week.
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Ruby Facets is a weekly short & sweet news podcast for the Ruby and Rails community. It demands time & dedication which is why I'm looking for community support. This will help me afford to write & record the show, and have it professionally edited so that it sounds crisp, clear, and coherent.

I worked with the wonderful Rogie King to give Ruby Facets a distinctive brand that will be showcased on the website and in the show art. I'm also working with a sound magician called Jamison Rabbe who's been faithfully doing sound engineering & editing on the now defunct Code School podcasts.

I will fairly compensate everyone involved with the show for their time and skills. This is why I'm aiming for an initial budget of $1000 per month which should cover the one-time branding work from Rogie, recurring editing and engineering work from Jamison, and my own time gathering stories, writing and recording the show for the first month at a pace of one episode per week.

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Rewards
Pledge $1 or more per month
1 patron
Listener: You'll help with the production costs of the show: writing, recording, editing, hosting. The estimated cost for a month of the show is about $500, so it would only take 500 of you fine folks to sustain the show in its minimal form.
Pledge $3 or more per month
2 patrons
Supporter: You'll be listed as an official supporter of the show. I know it isn't much but this community is made of people and it's nice to remember that sometimes.
Pledge $5 or more per month
1 patron
Subscriber: Since we have this wonderful brand mark from Rogie King, it would make sense to turn it into a swoon-worthy sticker, no? None of that cheap stuff either, you're mighty kind and deserve nothing but the best: StickerMule.

You'll get a clean and crisp Ruby Facets sticker with just the logo on it, no frills. It's a heart made of Ruby, what better way to show your love for our community? I guess you could contribute to open source sure, but it's at least the second best way!