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Re: [board-discuss] [VOTE] change of travel policy wrt. kilometers driven


Hi,

Florian Effenberger píše v Čt 31. 03. 2016 v 14:28 +0200:

The proposal is:

Change our travel policy at 
https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/TDF/Policies/Travel#Personal_Cars to 
read

Old: "The use of personal cars is permitted, if this is the most 
economic transportation. Using a personal car in any case needs a signed 
travel report, including kilometers travelled. TDF will refund 0.30€ per 
_distance_ kilometer."

New: "The use of personal cars is permitted, if this is the most 
economic transportation. Using a personal car in any case needs a signed 
travel report, including kilometers travelled. TDF will refund 0.30€ per 
_driven_ kilometer.

TDF asks everyone to use the most cost efficient end-to-end means of 
transport for yourself, team-mates and materials. When cheaper public 
transportation is available, it should be preferred. Transporting event 
materials or excessive transfer times might be reasons for exemption. If 
in any doubt, please get confirmation before travel."

Yes.

Regards,
Kendy


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