As you may have recently noticed, the Wind Repertory Project was down for a few days. This was due to the site's traffic exceeding the allowed number of script executions. The WRP now receives several hundred visitors a day, and is often one of the first "hits" on Google and other site engines. Due to this, the site will have to upgrade to an expanded tier of service...which costs more money.
For the past 5 years, I have maintained the website myself, out of my own pocket, with a few donations here and there to help defray those costs. We need your donations more than ever if the WRP is to stay "open for business." If you have benefited from the use of the WRP site and would like to donate you may do so by clicking on the button below, which will take you to PayPal. You may donate any amount you wish, every little bit is appreciated, whether $1 or $10.
The Wind Repertory Project is free for all users, however, there are a few administrative costs in the maintenance of this site, including domain registration/renewal, web hosting, anti-spam features, and other miscellaneous costs. In order to keep the WRP free from commercialism, I've not accepted any sponsorships nor any money from large music distributors such as Hal Leonard, Barnhouse, JW Pepper, and the like. This helps keep the WRP free from advertisements, favoritism, and makes for a more academic experience when visiting the site. This does, however, put a financial burden on me whenever an upgrade or renewal is needed. Please consider helping out...you can donate via a credit card (PayPal account is not needed, they will accept all standard credit cards).
Thank you, and I hope you are finding The Wind Repertory Project useful. Over the next year, I will continue to solicit feedback for areas of improvement to the site to make the end-user experience the best possible for all involved.
To see a list of previous donors, click here.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email me via the link at the bottom of the page.
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