<zimoun>rekado: about shell company, the “issue” that I know (maybe because I am French) is that many things are country-wide. I mean, if the company is based in say Germany and the employee is based in say France, the tax-dance is not straightforward… so the shell cannot be totoally empty. :-)
<zimoun>And the example is simple because the both country use the same currency.
<zimoun>Maybe a “bounty” thing backed by an already existing fiscal structure could help.
<zimoun>rekado: about wordnet, well maybe it could help to test first using well-known Python packages.
<zimoun>And if it is worth the effort, then implement something.
<zimoun>For instance, Julia is doing interesting things with their compiler to implement automatic differentiation and so on
<rekado>yes, the shell company thing falls apart quickly :-/
<rekado>the problem is that the MDC can only deal in terms of invoices and sales tax ids.
<rekado>bleh, so now I have these thousands of R packages… they’ll go stale.
<rekado>guess I’ll have to add them to Guix proper now.