First off, thank you for even humoring to support me – it means an absolute lot. There's a lot people can do, but you should only do what you're comfortable with doing.
- Word-of-mouth – letting other people know that I have a solution they can use is more helpful than you might realise. In terms of software: the more eyes on my work, the more bugs could be found and the better that software and future software can get. This is the most I'd ever ask of really anyone.
- Feedback and help troubleshooting – taking care of bugs and maintaining systems is time consuming and, although I love doing it, draining. Any and all feedback I can get to do a better job to make systems and software faster, more secure, and lighterweight is greatly appreciated.
- Job referrals/connections – this is the quirkest way to support me, but as a university student, it's great to already have options and to be able to afford the cost of courses. If you can possibly help get me an internship or secure a job after university, you will always have my thanks – it's not the easiest thing to get a job and every bit of help I can get is amazing.
- Rent or commission my service(s) — I've started to do commissions and offer services. Odds are, there's more details on this on my works page, but, as of writing, I provide webhosting services and web development (which can be conjoined with design) commissions.
I don't accept any monetary donations at the moment for two reasons : (1) I don't want to go through the hastle of figuring out taxes from Stripe or any other solution, and (2) I don't have the time to handle any transaction disputes that might happen in Stripe – I have things that are far more pressing to work on. If you absolutely insist on doing so, reach out instead and I can try and figure something out.