Editor Generated Content on Pling

To help projects get the most out of Pling, both donation- and exposure-wise, we have implemented the “editor generated” content. When our editors discover an interesting project, if they can’t immediately get in touch with the author, they can register it and the project becomes part of our directory. It shows up in searches, it…

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Plingzine’s New Look

In today’s obvious news, we have changed the look of Plingzine, our blog/magazine on all things Free, Open and Plingable. We have tried to make it more attractive and easy to use. By arranging recent posts into two columns, we can cram more information on the front page without making it to cluttery. This helps…

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New on Pling: The fantabulous Synfig Studio!

Synfig Studio is a really powerful free and open-source 2D animation software for Windows, Linux and MacOS X. Although there is a certain learning curve to Synfig (you didn’t expect animation to be that easy, right?), the internal consistent logic of Synfig makes creating professional animation fast and hassle free once you understand how things…

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Pling = Continous Publish & Fundraising Platform

Transparency is the name of the game. Pling aims to make donations easy and transparent for creators and donors. We want to help build communities around the projects and foster interaction between creators and users. Therefore Pling is not merely a fundraising/crowdfunding platform à la Kickstarter, IndieGogo, Goteo, etc. If you are a creator, look…

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Pling is Live!

Pling, the donation platform has changed its status from beta to live. The idea behind Pling is to make the donation collecting transparent, help build communities of supporters and help interacting with them. [Show slideshow] From the creators’ point of view, you create an account, write a description, upload some media (pics, a video, or…

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