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Re: [Debconf-discuss] [Debconf-announce] DebConf Travel Reimbursements

Eddy Petrișor wrote:
> Hi,
> 2009/7/24 Michael Schultheiss <schultmc@debian.org>:
> > If you have been granted travel sponsorship for DebConf 9, please fill
> > out the appropriate form from
> > http://wiki.debconf.org/wiki/DebConf9/Sponsorship (if you're wanting a
> During DebConf I gave Michael the invoice for my plane ticket and I
> asked him if it was OK to send the account details once I got home
> (due to some issues, I had no account in EURO). He agreed, but I still
> haven't solved the issues that prevented me from opening an account
> (some stupid red tape related to the fact that my national ID card
> expired this year).
> Is it OK if I want the money transfered to an account which doesn't
> belong to me? If is OK, the "Owner" field should be the owner of the
> account, right? Should I mention anything else to make it clear that
> the person getting the refund is different from the one owning the
> account, other than the data?
> I trust the person who owns it to give me the money, so there's no
> problem about that.
> Sorry for all these questions, but I am always extra careful with
> money and banks and such issues because making a mistake in such a
> case usually means lots of pain later.

Yes, that would be fine.  Please send me the information for the person
receiving the funds
(i.e. the information from 
http://www.spi-inc.org/treasurer/SPI_reimbursement_request.pdf )

Michael Schultheiss
E-mail: schultmc@debian.org

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