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Re: [Ambassadors] Fedora case badges for the WHOLE WORLD



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On Tue, Dec 1, 2009 at 11:16 PM, Max Spevack  wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> In the Fedora Ambassadors NA meeting tonight, we were talking about
> producing more case badges, which look like this:
>
>        http://myweb.cableone.net/dthomas/fedora/fcasebadges.jpg
>
> They are beautiful (IMHO) and the picture doesn't do it justice.  What looks
> gray in the picture is really silver, and quite shiny.
>
> Due to the price points around producing these, it would make the most sense
> to produce a HUGE amount of badges (5,000 or more even) and shipping them to
> key folks around the world.
>
>> From a budget point of view, we'd simply share the cost across regions,
>
> when we do the Q4 budget calculations.
>
> An example of the budget calculations in previous quarters:
>
> https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Community_Architecture_expenses
>
> So, I guess the question is -- do folks in EMEA, LATAM, India, and Asia have
> use for some of these?  Should we go ahead with this plan?
>
> Thanks,
> Max
>
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Just to add some concrete numbers so informed decision making can occur.

The first 1,000 case badges cost $1,000, so $1 each. Most of this is
the setup cost for the run. Every 1,000 case badges there after is
$180, so the price drops to 0.18 per badge. Unfortunately it doesn't
seem to drop any lower from there.

This means we could order 11,000 case badges for $2,800 (25.45 cents
each); 20,000 for $4,420 (22.1 cents each); and 50,000 for $9,820
(19.6 cents each).
While those numbers seem big, globaly if we split that across APAC,
EMEA, LATAM, and NA, it's a lot more affordable.

The quality on these case badges is quite honestly second to none. I
have literally not seen anything that comes close to comparing
anywhere. They are also incredibly popular. In NA we burned through
3000 in a couple of months.


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