[Dev] BeagleBone final budget to begin GRUB porting for ARMv7

André Silva emulatorman at riseup.net
Tue Nov 3 07:12:53 GMT 2015


On 11/03/2015 03:07 AM, Tiberiu-Cezar Tehnoetic wrote:
> On 03.11.2015 08:01, André Silva wrote:
>> On 11/03/2015 02:27 AM, Tiberiu-Cezar Tehnoetic wrote:
>>> On 03.11.2015 04:31, André Silva wrote:
>>>> Total: U$S 115.359
>>>>
>>>> Since eBay accepts PayPal payments and we have a PayPal account [2], we
>>>> could transfer the money from Parabola to my mother PayPal account to
>>>> buy it and speed up the procedure.
>>>
>>> For accounting purposes at Ceata, I'm afraid we can't transfer money to
>>> your relative. We need to withdraw the PayPal money into Ceata's EUR
>>> bank account and convert them to RON (Romanian New Leu). Then we can pay
>>> online by Ceata's credit card. I know it's not time and money efficient...
>>>
>>> Please discuss the issue. I will wait for fauno to tell me what you
>>> decide. Until then, I postpone the withdraw of josh's PayPal donation
>>> into Ceata's bank account.
>>>
>>
>> I thought that it could be possible because is more practical for this
>> specific case and could speed up the procedure since coadde needs
>> continue his GRUB porting for ARMv7, but don't worry, there are another
>> ways to solve it too. My mother will have her international debit card
>> around thursday, then we could transfer our money to it directly or from
>> our btc donations to coadde's wallet.
> 
> Hold on, I said we *can* buy the BB with Ceata's credit card in RON.
> 

Thanks for all Tiberiu, but there's a problem, i'll need the commercial
invoice and tracking number to declare it to pay (with our donations)
the taxes to the customs website from my mother account because it
exceeds the exemption tax from customs.

Also, i can't declare a lower value to get the exemption from customs
because the new law requires the receiver must be the credit/debit card
owner (in this case my mother) to confirm the purchase value.

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