I have a suggestion regards “[u:3j3obcof]DONATE[/u:3j3obcof]” topic. After reading the book on language and skillful use of words (Words That Work: It’s Not What You Say, It’s What People Hear if anybody interested) I came to a realization that words are very powerful tools, and if used right can make a substantial difference.
The definition for [i:3j3obcof]Donate[/i:3j3obcof] - give (money or goods) for a good cause, for example to a charity.
[i:3j3obcof]Invest[/i:3j3obcof] - expend money, effort or time with the expectation of achieving a profit or material result by putting it into financial schemes, shares, or property, or by using it to develop a commercial venture.
For a common person, donate, is when you give money to somebody in need, like a homeless person, or charity fund. You do it for good of others, not expecting anything in return.
Investing, it means, that you know that sooner or later, you will be getting something back. By investing you are not just giving away your hard earned cash, you actually make the money to work for the project and have to see the result of it, and you can actually have to enjoy the fruits of your investment as well.
My suggestion for the administration of Antergos website is to change “[b:3j3obcof]Donate[/b:3j3obcof]” word to “[b:3j3obcof]Invest[/b:3j3obcof]”. Make it as an experiment. See the results. You never know what might happen.