On Tue, Apr 10, 2018 at 10:34 AM, Brian (bex) Exelbierd <bexelbie(a)redhat.com
> On Sun, Apr 8, 2018 at 11:13 PM, Till Maas <opensource(a)till.name
>> On Thu, Mar 22, 2018 at 12:32:21PM +0100, Brian Exelbierd wrote:
>> > Eventbrite
>> > Eventbrite's system is used by other open source events and is able to
>> work with RH accounting. The primary thing it brings to the table is that
>> it aggregates all funds into a single transaction. Paypal, Stripe, and
>> other transaction-oriented systems do not do that.
>> > Does anyone have any other alternatives that should be considered. The
>> ones mentioned in the thread last year all were transaction-oriented and
>> didn't meet our accounting needs. We are going to be announcing and
>> opening registration soon, so I need to get this resolved.
>> Pretix is FLOSS (they also provide a hosted solution) and according
>> to their support when using them with Stripe it is possible to disable
>> automatic payouts but only do one big manual payout. AFAIU this would
>> result in one big transaction to the Red Hat account. They also seem to
>> be a little bit cheaper than Eventbrite, they have great support and
>> they handle big events such as the Chaos Communication Congress.
> Sounds good. I will find out from RH Treasury if we can wire up a Stripe
> account in time. I'll report back with our situation. I don't know how to
> predict the likely outcome so I won't try :D.
Treasury has informed me that we are not allowed to use Stripe. At this
point, I am unsure of any options other than Eventbrite.
Barring new suggestions or me finding something else, I will move forward
with Eventbrite next week.