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

Greg Tomko greg at gregtomko.com
Tue Nov 3 12:52:31 GMT 2015


On 2015-11-03 02:58, fauno wrote: 

> André Silva <emulatorman at riseup.net> writes: 
>> 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.
> tiberiu, is there a way we can transfer the money to emulartorman's
> relative?
> emulatorman, is there some tax exemption for foundations or ngo in
> uruguay? is there a free software friendly org that can help us? i
> think ceata would be able to transfer the money if it's received by an
> entity instead of a natural person, am i right? 
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A little over a week ago I sent .7184 BTC to Parabola's wallet in
response to the call for donations for proting Grub to ARMv7 (Was valued
at $200 USD then, now it's $276) Adafruit has a Beaglebone Black for $55
USD [1] and you can use bitcoin directly during the checkout process.
They probably have the other accessories you're looking for was well.
Not sure if that makes things easier. 

[1] https://www.adafruit.com/products/1996 [2] 


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