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Invoice #123030 to Bazel Rules Authors SIG

Rules Python work

Paid
Invoice #123030

Submitted by Chris Love on February 11, 2023

Invoice items
Updates for Gazelle README and testing 3hr
Date: February 10, 2023

$660.00 USD


Update for Go Tutorial and tutorial testing 1 hr
Date: February 9, 2023

$220.00 USD


Work on Gazelle README, python tutorial and testing 1hr
Date: February 11, 2023

$220.00 USD


Total amount $1,100.00

payout method

Bank account
Details  
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By Chris Loveon

Expense created

By Alex Eagleon

Expense approved

By Lauren Gardneron

Expense marked as incomplete

By Chris Loveon

Expense updated

By Alex Eagleon

Expense approved

By Benjamin Nickollson

Expense processing

By Benjamin Nickollson

Expense paid

$1,100.39 - $0.39 (payment processor fee)


Collective balance
$879.95 USD

Fiscal Host
Open Source Collective

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