[Sugar-devel] [SLOBS] [IAEP] Outreachy motion
holt at laptop.org
Tue Feb 14 17:37:28 EST 2017
On Tue, Feb 14, 2017 at 2:06 PM, Adam Holt <holt at laptop.org> wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 14, 2017 at 1:48 PM, Laura Vargas <laura at somosazucar.org>
>> 2017-02-13 19:02 GMT-05:00 Walter Bender <walter.bender at gmail.com>:
>>> Laura suggested  that I make a formal motion to the board regarding
>>> Sugar Labs participation in Outreachy. Here it is:
>>> Motion: Sugar Labs agrees to participate in Outreachy 14 in order to
>>> promote and support women and minority participation in FOSS projects. The
>>> cost would be $5500 for one internship. The funds would come from our
>>> general funds.
>> Before board members get to vote on General Funds, can you please share
>> the current balance of the General Funds account?
# Balance of project [Sugar Labs'] account (i.e., total of income minus
$ ledger -V -s -S T -d "T&l<=2" -f sugar.ledger bal
$ -299,299.52 Income:Sugar
$ 218,316.12 Expenses:Sugar
# List unpaid invoices with amounts
$ ledger -f sugar.ledger -V --group-by 'tag("Invoice")' bal /^Accrued/
$ 6,300.00 Accrued:Accounts Receivable:Sugar
$ -563.20 Accrued:Accounts Payable:Sugar
$ -0.40 Accrued:Accounts Payable:Sugar
$ -600.00 Accrued:Accounts Payable:Sugar
# Please remember that 10% of all funds must be paid to SFConservancy, who
provide 501c3/legal/accounting to Sugar Labs.
> Last meeting you mentioned Sugar Labs counts with ~US$80,983.40 in total,
>> still some percentage of that balance might still corresponds to the 2013
>> Trip Advisor grant.
>> Can you please specify.
> The entirety is General Funds. 2013's Trip Advisor's 2-years of funding
> were contractually expected (if not required) to have been spent by
> July/August 2015, when a report was due towards receiving an additional
> $40,000 from Trip Advisor for a 3rd and final year (Sugar Labs did not send
> this report it seems, hence those final $40,000 did not arrive).
> Even before July/August 2015, Trip Advisor funds were fully fungible
> (Sugar Labs General Funds) according to Software Freedom Conservancy
> Executive Director Karen Sandler, who checked with her lawyer. Of course
> honoring the general intent of the mid-2013 to mid-2015 grant (long since
> lapsed in 2017) would still be respectful of Trip Advisor's intentions
> where we can.
> Thank you and kind regards,
>> Laura Victoria
>>> If someone on the board seconds the motion, we can begin a vote.
>>>  http://lists.sugarlabs.org/archive/iaep/2017-February/019375.html
>>> Walter Bender
>>> Sugar Labs
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>> Laura V.
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