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|Total budget                            ||$67,500 ||$90,500 ||$84,500 ||$82,500 ||=||$325,000
 
|Total budget                            ||$67,500 ||$90,500 ||$84,500 ||$82,500 ||=||$325,000
 
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|Total spend                              ||$64,255 ||$58,045 ||$0      ||$0      ||=||$122,300
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|Total spend                              ||$64,255 ||$58,545 ||$0      ||$0      ||=||$122,800
 
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|FUDCon Boston                      ||$20,000    ||$14,120    ||$5,880
 
|FUDCon Boston                      ||$20,000    ||$14,120    ||$5,880
 
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|Global events & swag *              ||$15,500    ||$3,055     ||$12,445
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|Global events & swag *              ||$15,500    ||$3,555     ||$12,445
 
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|Fedora in the "enterprise"          ||$2,000      ||$850      ||$1,150
 
|Fedora in the "enterprise"          ||$2,000      ||$850      ||$1,150
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|Total                              ||$90,500    ||$58,045   ||$32,455
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|Total                              ||$90,500    ||$58,545   ||$32,455
 
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'''* Global events & swag breakdown by region:'''
 
'''* Global events & swag breakdown by region:'''
* North America -- $0
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* North America -- $500
 
* Europe, Middle East, Africa -- $2,525
 
* Europe, Middle East, Africa -- $2,525
 
* India, Asia, Australia -- $0
 
* India, Asia, Australia -- $0

Revision as of 19:36, 24 June 2008

Community Architecture budget and expenses

FY09 total budget

Item Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 = Total
University tour $9,000 = $9,000
Seneca College $34,000 $16,000 = $50,000
Interns $45,000 $5,000 $5,000 = $55,000
FUDCon Boston $20,000 = $20,000
FUDCon Prague $20,000 = $20,000
FUDCon @ LCA $20,000 = $20,000
Fedora @ FISL $15,000 = $15,000
Fedora @ LinuxTag $20,000 = $20,000
Fedora @ FOSDEM $15,000 = $15,000
Global events & swag $20,500 $15,500 $15,500 $15,500 = $67,000
Fedora in the "enterprise" $2,000 $2,000 $2,000 = $6,000
College scholarship $2,000 = $2,000
LWN subscription $1,000 = $1,000
Fedora in India $8,000 $8,000 $9,000 = $25,000
= = = = =
Total budget $67,500 $90,500 $84,500 $82,500 = $325,000
Total spend $64,255 $58,545 $0 $0 = $122,800

Q1: March 1, 2008 - May 31, 2008
Q2: June 1, 2008 - August 31, 2008
Q3: September 1, 2008 - November 30, 2008
Q4: December 1, 2008 - February 28, 20089

Q2 budget tracking

As of June 24th:

Item Budget Spend Remaining
Interns $45,000 $34,280 $10,720
FUDCon Boston $20,000 $14,120 $5,880
Global events & swag * $15,500 $3,555 $12,445
Fedora in the "enterprise" $2,000 $850 $1,150
Fedora in India $8,000 $5,740 $2,260
= = =
Total $90,500 $58,545 $32,455

Our goal for this quarter is to come in at $80k total spend.

* Global events & swag breakdown by region:

  • North America -- $500
  • Europe, Middle East, Africa -- $2,525
  • India, Asia, Australia -- $0
  • South America -- $0
  • Leftover from Q1 -- $530
  • FAMSCo budget tracker

Q1 final breakdown

Item Budget Spend Remaining
University tour $9,000 $8,980 $20
Fedora @ FISL $15,000 $14,995 $5
Fedora @ LinuxTag $20,000 $18,365 $1,635
Global events & swag * $20,500 $18,915 $1,585
College scholarship $2,000 $2,000 $0
LWN subscription $1,000 $1,000 $0
= = =
Total $67,500 $64,255 $3,245

* Global events & swag breakdown by region:

  • North America -- $5,250
  • Europe, Middle East, Africa -- $3,030
  • India, Asia, Australia -- $1,975
  • South America -- $1,000
  • Fedora 9 CDs and DVDs for FreeMedia and North America -- $7,660

Future

Items that we need to remember to include in the budget for future years:

  • Renew the LWN Fedora subscription: $2,000 (FY10+).
  • Fedora College Scholarships & Travel: $6,000 (FY10), $9,000 (FY11), $12,000 (FY12+).
  • Specific, separate line items for Fedora media (CDs, DVDs, USBs) in Q1 and Q3 ($10k each would be nice).
  • Need to do a better way of insulating FAMSCo's budget from RH travel costs.

MaxSpevack is the Community Architecture team's CFO.