On Mon, 2009-04-20 at 12:31 +0100, Daniel Silverstone wrote:
5. Financial report of the society [jmb]
I'm going to email this now so I don't forget:
NetSurf society financial report, April 2009
This is a summary of the society's financial status as of 2009-04-20.
Moneys held prior to the society's creation resided in either my own or
Daniel Silverstone's personal bank accounts. Daniel held the residue
from the income collected at the Wakefield 2007 show. This has now been
exhausted in the form of travel/show cost reimbursements, domain
registration costs, and purchase of consumables.
The money I hold represents the Google Summer of Code 2008 mentor
organisation payment. This forms the basis of the society's funds.
Further income is expected from this Saturday's Wakefield show.
If anyone has outstanding reimbursement claims, please send them to me,
CCing Daniel, and we'll see what we can do.
GSoC money 1314.66
GSoC 2008 Mentor payments:
Post-GSoC funds: 493.01
Train SOU->WAT for ROUGOL (20/4/2009) (22.70)
Train SOU->MAN for hackfest (14-15/2/2009) (40.25)
378 miles SOU->UNI for MUG show (6/12/2008) (37.80)
SE show stand (40.00)
100 miles SOU->GFD for SE show (18/10/2008) (10.00)
Remaining funds: 342.26
A note on reimbursement for mileage
We simply reimburse fuel costs, which tends to be about 10p/mile,
depending on fuel prices and vehicle efficiency.
For example, in my reimbursements, above, I've taken the average monthly
prices for unleaded in the South East (as archived by the AA at
I've then rounded them up to the nearest 0.9 pence. I've then subtracted
2 pence as fuel in Southampton is generally 2p/l cheaper than the region
Working on 37mpg, I calculate:
M miles @ N p/l => (M/37*4.5) litres * N/100 = £T
100 miles @ 102.9 => (100/37*4.5) * 1.029 = 12.51
378 miles @ 87.9 => (378/37*4.5) * 0.879 = 40.41
Then I've just used 10p/mile instead as it's simpler.