This past spring we started paying our kids to do jobs around the house. People have all sorts of ideas about allowances, chores, and what we as parents should or shouldn’t deal out the dough for. This post isn’t about that. This post is about money.
It’s hard to learn about something you don’t actually get to touch. And we want to teach them things about money. So we decided it was time to help them touch money more and hopefully learn some things about it while they’re kids.
I’m excited to announce that Buckets Beta v0.67.0 is out now! It includes a few minor fixes, but two important new features I’ll detail below. Grab the beta version here or wait a week or two to get these improvements in the stable version.
Thank you, everyone, for all your support and feedback! We’re finally getting around to publishing the results from last year’s survey. Ahoj, Bonjour, Ciao, Dia Dhuit, G’day mate, Hallo, Halo, Hei, Hej, Helli, Hello, Helo, Hey!, Hi, Hola, Howdy, Kamusta, Merhaba, Moin, Olá, Salut, Tere, Witaj, Xin Chào, Zdravo, Živjo, خوش آمدید, Γειά, Привiт, 안녕하세요!
We’re pleased to announce our third annual-except-for-2020-because-well-it-was-2020 Buckets Community Survey! Whether you use Buckets or not, your feedback will help us understand Buckets' strengths and weaknesses, get to know who’s using it and help determine where we go in the future.
Just another quick update before the month is out: Buckets by the Loaf, translations, a security audit and a new face.
For some of you, a Buckets license costs more than an entire month’s salary! Paying so much for an application that’s designed to help you save money doesn’t make much sense.
To address this, we’re pleased to announce a small experiment we’ll be running over the next few months: Buckets by the Loaf.
There’s been a tremendous spike in interest with Buckets over the past few hours. I’ll reply to your emails and chats as soon as I can. A few things that might be helpful to newcomers: