This is splendid news for the purveying of the D Programming language.
 The question is though: this covers the USA what about the Rest of the

For the language itself it is almost irrelevant where the owning
foundation is located as long as it is a charitable venture in its
jusridiction of incorporation. However for financial issues, the
jurisdiction is critical. Getting USA-wide charitable status is great,
well-done on that, particularly in the context of the atitude of IRS to
charitable foundations a couple of years ago. However the EU and other
parts of the world will not be covered by this, and I am not sure there
is any form of reciprocal arrangement. 

On Mon, 2016-08-29 at 13:03 -0400, Andrei Alexandrescu via Digitalmars-
d-announce wrote:
> We're happy to report that the D Language Foundation is now a public 
> charity operating under US Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3).
> The 
> decision is retroactive to September 23, 2015.
> This has wide-ranging implications, the most important being that 
> individuals and organizations may make tax deductible bequests,
> devises, 
> transfers, or gifts to the Foundation. We will mull over defining 
> donation and sponsorship packages in the near future. If interesting
> in 
> donating spontaneously, feel free to reach out to us via email at 
> Many thanks are due to the folks in this community who asked for and 
> supported this initiative.
> Thanks,
> Andrei
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