I've been using Linux Mint for around 5 years now, but this is my first foray onto the forums.
With most non-commercial distributions relying to some degree on donations for funding and volunteers for mirrors, I was wondering if anybody would consider paying to use a fast mirror service to download Linux ISOs, and what value people would put on such a service. How about if people could pay anything over some minimum amount, and the difference between those values was passed on the project that the ISO came from?
For reasons mentioned in this post
I guess only codec free versions of distros such as Linux Mint could be provided this way.
If anybody has any opinions on this I'd be intrigued to hear them.