Summary

Development (March+April 2021)

Paid
Invoice #39395

Submitted by Seth Michael Larson on April 28, 2021

Invoice items
Released 1.26.4, reviewed and merged 16 PRs
Date: 4/28/2021

$150.00 USD


Total amount:
$150.00 USD

payout method

Bank account
Details  
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Paid from Fiscal Host

Open Source Collective

340 S. Lemon Ave. #3717 Walnut, CA, 91789

https://oscollective.org

By Andrey PetrovUpdated on April 28, 2021
Expense approved
By Alina MankoUpdated on April 30, 2021
Expense processing
By Alina MankoUpdated on April 30, 2021
Expense paid

Collective balance
$4,774.96 USD

Fiscal Host
Open Source Collective

Expense policies

We process payouts twice weekly, once they have been approved by the admin of the Collective. We make payments via PayPal and Wise, and can only make payouts to countries served by these payment processors. You are not required to upload an invoice document (the data you submit in the expense form is sufficient) but if you would like to include an uploaded invoice, please make it out to: Collective Name, Open Source Collective, 340 S LEMON AVE #3717, Walnut CA 91789 USA.

Contributions that can be added as expenses include 'Adding Features', 'Fixing Bugs', and 'Reviewing Pull Requests'. The contribution should be non-trivial (fixing whitespace, etc). You don't need to be a core contributor to submit an expense. The amount billed is up to you depending on the amount of time spent and complexity of the contribution.

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