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Re: Debian t-shirts not kosher!

Jonathan Walther wrote:
> I finished going through my wardrobe, getting rid of all the clothes
> made of mixed thread.  For the past 3 months I've had to go without
> socks because noone sells socks that are 100% wool, cotton, nylon, or
> anything else.
> Both of my Debian t-shirts, the original one with the GNU and the
> Penguin, and the later one with the Aladdins Lamp logo, had to be thrown
> out.  They are both Fruit of the Loom brand 50% cotton, 50% polyester.

If you don't like it, don't buy it, simply.

> For the next batch of Debian t-shirts, could we please go with 100%
> pre-shrunk cotton?  I'll buy several, I promise.  It sucks being a
> Debian Developer and not being able to wear the t-shirt.
> Who is in charge of Debian t-shirts which we sell at various
> expositions, fairs, and events?

Nobody and anybody.

Many of recently manufactured shirts are 100% cotton, though, but it
depends on the person ordering them and the company producing them.



Everybody talks about it, but nobody does anything about it!  -- Mark Twain

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