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Developing, supporting and hosting FsHub and LRM Client takes a lot of time and effort on my part, I personally work on these products and services in my spare time and with a young family I truly appreciate your donations to help support my work and the monthly hosting costs for these services.

Users who donate $30 or more gain "supporter"/premium access and, as our way of saying thank you for helping us cover our costs will gain access to some additional but non-essential functionality.

Feel free to read below how donations are used and how you can get an "honourable" mention and gain access to some "supporter-only" features.

Thanks in advance,
Bobby

We use PayPal for taking one-off donations, you can therefore be sure that your donation transaction remains safe and secure!

We also use Patreon for those users that really love and want to contribute monthly.

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How are donations used

Funds future development and features of this service

Donations are used to fund further development of FsHub.io features and enhancements to the site and service.

If you have any features you would like to see get added to FsHub or LRM Client please contact us!

Contribute to the monthly hosting costs

Our hosting costs for this service each month are fairly high (at least for myself to personally pay each month) given the amount of bandwidth required and hardware specs needed for the backend processing and real-time API features etc.

Fund other future "free" projects

Although FsHub and LRM Client are the main projects, I also look to develop further side-projects for the Flight Sim community which integrate into the FsHub platform such as a free EFB (Electronic Flight Bag). Any monies received will help and make it feasible for me to work on these projects in my "spare time".

I would like to thank our official "supporters"

These people have donated a larger than normal amount (more then $30) and therefore automatically gain "supporter" status and get, as our way of saying thank you, access to some additional (but non-essential) features.

Bobby Allen, Charles Nadeau, Felix Richter, Jackson Strand, John Gould, Prodex, Ryan R. van der Wal, thunfischbaum, VARS001