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* $1,300 -- [[FAD Pune 2010]]
 
* $1,300 -- [[FAD Pune 2010]]
 
* $460 -- [[Etherpad FAD]]
 
* $460 -- [[Etherpad FAD]]
* 315 -- [[FAD FODSEM 2011]]
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=== Regional support ===
 
=== Regional support ===

Revision as of 18:52, 11 February 2011

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Community Architecture vs. Fedora
The portion of the Community Architecture budget that is spent on public, Fedora-related activities is detailed here. This is only a subset of the Community Architecture team's total internal-to-Red-Hat budget.

FY11 budget

Item Budget
Fedora Scholarship $9,000
Premier Fedora Events $80,000
Regional support $100,000
Discretionary funds $20,000
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Total $209,000

FY11 spend

Through February 11:

Item Spend
Fedora Scholarship $0
Premier Fedora Events $76,160
Regional support $79,410
Discretionary funds $11,485
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Total $167,055

Fedora Scholarship

Nothing yet.

Premier Fedora Events

Regional support

NA -- $36,855

EMEA -- $23,890

India/APAC -- $12,930

  • $4,150 -- Keychains
  • $2,760 -- Fedora 14 media
  • $2,400 -- Support for swag creation
  • $1,540 -- LCA 2011
  • $1,045 -- Support for Bangladesh
  • $480 -- Support for BASIS
  • $330 -- Support for Vietnam
  • $225 -- Fedora 13 release parties

LATAM -- $5,735

  • $2,510 -- Support for FLISOL
  • $1,675 -- FPL to FISL
  • $1,355 -- Fedora 13 media
  • $195 -- Swag for Mexico

Discretionary funds

  • $3,665 -- Fedora costs with Amazon Web Services
  • $2,200 -- Renew Fedora's LWN subscription
  • $2,200 -- FPL to LCA 2011
  • $1,010 -- Fedora materials for Red Hat Summit 2010
  • $850 -- Fedora and Red Hat swag for INTA 2010
  • $565 -- Lodging for SELF
  • $500 -- Charity
  • $380 -- Singapore Computer Society
  • $115 -- New FPL dinner

Max Spevack is, among other things, the Community Architecture team's CFO.