> > So the question is: what do we prefer, a 'host' organization that
> > supports open source projects, or one that supports sustainable
> > projects? Would Sense.Lab be a good option?
> I think Sense.Lab would be good and easy to start with. If they are
> willing to do that. Two of us are members of Sense.Lab, so we have a
> good connection.
> If at some later point one of the other organizations seems more
> suitable, it should hopefully be easy to switch over.
Sounds like a good plan.
> > p.s. I would like it that at least German and Dutch food cooperatives
> > can easily donate in a way that works well with the host organization.
> Donations from Germany should be easy to handle if people write
> something like "Foodcoops" as the reason for payment.
> Same from the Netherlands, as IBAN/BIC payment should be free of
> charge. I am not sure how EU donation receipts work, but we will
> probably find out.
I think this is acceptable.
Reading all of this, I would think that Sense.Lab would be a pretty good