Customs letter for Fedora media

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The document attached to this page is a letter dated 20 October 2009, and signed by a Red Hat employee who handles tax-related issues.  It briefly explains what Fedora is, and that Fedora is free software (freely redistributible and zero cost) developed by a global community.
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The document attached to this page is a letter dated 02 November 2010, and signed by a Red Hat employee who handles tax-related issues.  It briefly explains what Fedora is, and that Fedora is free software (freely redistributible and zero cost) developed by a global community.
  
 
It places a value of $0.15 USD on each physical piece of media, and indicates that they are non-commercial in nature.
 
It places a value of $0.15 USD on each physical piece of media, and indicates that they are non-commercial in nature.
  
The letter is not to be modified in any way, since it is signed.  Any updates to the letter should be agreed upon by the person who has signed it.
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The letter is not to be modified in any way, because it is signed.  Any updates to the letter should be agreed upon by the person who has signed it.
  
* [[Media:Ambassadors-Customs-Letter-2009-10.pdf|Fedora media customs letter]].
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* [https://fedoraproject.org/w/uploads/9/91/Fedora-media-customs-letter-2010-11-02.pdf Fedora media customs letter].
 
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'''Action item:''' Update the language in the letter and have it re-signed ([[User:Mspevack]])
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The document attached to this page is a letter dated 02 November 2010, and signed by a Red Hat employee who handles tax-related issues. It briefly explains what Fedora is, and that Fedora is free software (freely redistributible and zero cost) developed by a global community.

It places a value of $0.15 USD on each physical piece of media, and indicates that they are non-commercial in nature.

The letter is not to be modified in any way, because it is signed. Any updates to the letter should be agreed upon by the person who has signed it.