Sometimes Remmina makes the difference, and when it happens are the Remminers, our beloved users, that send us a message to say thank you. Here we keep track of them (when they agree), and if you want to show us some love, feel free to drop us a message.

We are a Swiss based SME. We use remmina for all our users (Thinclients). The clients are updated on startup from a central server. This way, the end user doesn't need to hassle with anything but their work. They don't need to connect to a vpn or there is need for a special connection (even from an outside network). All that is handled by remmina (over ssh). The users don't even need a password other than there windows credentials. It's really maintanance free. As the admin I have great joy using remmina and have only positive experience using it. The developpers react fast for request. Keep up the good work and thanks for the awesome product.

(Daniel Bolter - Switzerland)

Remmina gives me a stable, advanced, easy-to-use and easy-to-update RDP client. It’s an essential component of using a Linux desktop in my consulting business, where I often need to access Windows servers. So I love using Remmina twice: the first time because it’s a great app, the second time because it makes the Linux desktop viable for me, and I love using Linux. This is why it’s one of the applications I support with a small monthly donation. Tim Richardson, GrowthPath (www.growthpath.com.au)

(Tim Richardson - GrowthPath founder)

For a Remote Desktop application at North Kinangop Catholic Hospital in Kenya we were looking for a RDP client to be installed on 10 Raspberry PI 2 computers, equipped with Xubuntu. Remmina was the best solution for efficiency, reliability, look-and-feel. Kenyan people are very happy about Remmina, and they prefer it to the classic RDP connection for Windows, that is used on about 35 clients.

(Massimo Montelatici - Volunteer IT Consultant @North Kinangop Catholic Hospital)

I use Remmina literally every day at work to manage 400+ SSH connections and a handful of RDP connections. Without it running Linux simply would not be possible as I’d have to use mRemote / Windows instead (or somehow, remember 400 hostnames off the top of my head!) As more and more people at our company switch over to Linux, I will ask about a company donation to the project also. Again many thanks for the good work!

(Richard Lees - DevOps Engineer)

I've been using Remmina now for several years. I love how it's integrated into Ubuntu by default and how I can access the multiple platforms I have to support in one application. I mostly use RDP and VNC (Ultra VNC). Anyone reading this should open up their pocket book and donate to the project and others like it. Open Source and Free Software (they're different) suffer from a lack of funding and if you've come to rely on an application like I have with Remmina you want to see it thrive, succeed and have longevity. You can't do that with well wishes and thank you's...so; open up your wallet and flip them some cash. Make it meaningful like I did, show them you care. After you tossed Remmina some cash think about other open source projects you like, perhaps Wikipedia, Ubuntu Foundation, FreeBSD foundation, FireFox (Thunderbird too!) and the MANY MANY other great projects...I could keep going! Show them love with cash. Lastly, there are lots of corporations making tons of cash off the backs of volunteer driven open source and free code. If you're a corporate interest making buckets of money then cut a BIG FAT CHECK to the projects you leverage. I can name a few like Dell, HP, IBM, Google, Amazon, CISCO, BIT Defender... Who really can't be mentioned in the same breath as the afore mentioned is a recent company I've run into that gives no mention of the OS they chose to use on their "BOX". They use OpenWRT and other Open Source Software and I'm sure they didn't kick any money back to OpenWRT. Company's are abusers not users in my view. I know of many many others, I should make a list. As a person with moral fiber (unlike greedy corporate interests) lets make a conscious decision to be generous and not just because of a special holiday or occasion. The occasion is because you though of it, recognized what you use, how you use and that you benefit from someone elses hard work so show the projects you benefit from love AND RESPECT...CUT'M A CHECK!

(Rafael Wolf owner of EITS, LLC, dba Express IT Solutions - Kalamazoo, MI 49048 - USA)