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FOAS is now going to reduce your tax if you support open source

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Announcement from the retiring founder of http://www.foastat.org/

FOAS is a nonprofit public benefit corporation registered in California. It has federal tax-exempt status under Internal Revenue Section 501(c)(3). FOAS has a worldwide mission to to promote free software, open access publishing, and reproducible research in statistics.

FOAS now has 501(c)(3) federal tax exempt status. All donations to FOAS, retroactively from September 2012, are now tax deductible.

What is FOAS-  http://www.foastat.org/

The mission of the Foundation for Open Access Statistics (FOAS) is to promote free software, open access publishing, and reproducible research in statistics.

FOAS works to ensure the continued success of the Journal of Statistical Software (JSS), one of the few major open access journals that is free for both readers and authors. We also promote the use and development of free software for statistics, such as the R language and environment for computational statistics. We encourage members and the academic community at large to publish reproducible research that is publicly available online, e.g., in an open access journal or on an open access pre-print server.

You can join FOAS to show your support for free statistical software, open access publishing, and reproducible research in statistics. Membership is free and open to all. Members receive periodic email updates from FOAS, and may wish to join the FOAS-members list, join the Facebook FOAS Group, or follow FOAS on Diaspora.

Consider making a donation to FOAS. All donations are currently being used to support the operation of JSS.

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eh, Google how about routing less money through the Irish and giving some to Californian open source…

Related- cultural icon to non open source companies.

 

 


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