Re: Feedback on secondary architecture promotion requirements draft

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On 04/04/2012 02:59 AM, Stephen John Smoogen wrote:
Actually not just American tax law. European tax law (both EU and
national/provincial/etc), International trademark law (again US, EU,
and local ones), and various other corporation and non profit laws.
Basically you have to spend more time dealing with teams of lawyers
than you do coding..

So you guys are trying to claim that taxes are what prevents the community from contributing and for the project to accept those contributions?

I for one would think the project could be categorized as not for profit organization.

It may not be one today which simply begs the question what's preventing us becoming one tomorrow...

In any case there are ways to work around Red Hat and taxes should the community be forced to do so...

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