LinuxExpo and Debian merchandise
[ some of you will be seeing this twice, my apologies in advance ]
I am co-ordinating the Debian group at LinuxExpo, Sydney
<URL: http://www.linuxexpo.com.au/> and as part of that I am having
some merchandise made up.
Basically I am planning on getting some Chambray shirts with the
Debian swirl and `Debian' printed up underneath and some black t-shirt
with the same. I've said some people suggest I should put `Debian
Developer' on as well.
I'd like some feedback from anyone who'd like that on either shirt or
t-shirt. I'd also like to know if anyone is interested in
If you want to pre-order the price(s) will be:
- Chambray, AUD$18
- Black T-Shirt, AUD$9
Some other merchandise I am planning to have will be Debian mugs
(white with the swirl printed on one/both sides) and some Debian
stress balls (yellow with swirl).
For the mugs and stress balls the pre-order price might (still waiting
for final confirmation) be:
- Mugs, white with Debian swirl: AUD$5
- Stress balls, yellow with Debian swirl: AUD$8
I haven't considered how much delivery costs to various places but I
should be able to do US (CA) delivery cheaply -- I am headed that
Other places (Europe, Asia, etc.) I haven't looked at in detail. I'm
sure if there is enough interest in any particular area though,
something can be arranged.
I am not doing this to run a business or make money. It is my
intention to split any profits made between both SPI and the FSF.
Pre-ordering isn't a commitment to buy it is just so I have an
indication of how many people would be interested in this type of
stuff - the more there are, the cheaper it becomes. Obviously I am
trying to minimise any out of pocket expenses that I might incur.
Thanks for your time,
`When any government, or any church for that matter, undertakes to say to
its subjects, "This you may not read, this you must not see, this you are
forbidden to know," the end result is tyranny and oppression no matter how
holy the motives' -- Robert A Heinlein, "If this goes on --"