Not specifically directed at FLOSS, but kickstarter.com might be worth a look.

I haven't followed this discussion closely, so it may or may not fit the purpose.

 - Bryan

On Thu, Sep 23, 2010 at 12:07, Joshua Facemyer <jfacemyer@gmail.com> wrote:
Any ideas of a good organization which helps FLOSS projects collect
funds?  Just a simple collection/maintenance thing, is what I'm thinking of.

That might be the best route to go, for accountability as well as no
worry of "losing access" to it.

JF

On 09/21/2010 08:24 PM, bulia byak wrote:
> But people have a natural
> reluctancy to take responsibility for other people's money, especially
> when the amounts are small ("more trouble than it's worth"). Given
> that we've been able to operate without it, perhaps it's not that
> critical. Though if someone trusted now comes forward willing to
> collect donations and manage the resulting fund, I don't think anyone
> will object.

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