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Re: What would a Fedora Store sell?



Notepads

notepad holders

memo cubes (like these:
http://www.paperdirect.com/Mini+Memo+Cube+Rising+Star/item_no=MC013/cid=1819/page_no=1/shop.axd/ProductDetails)

sticky notes

magnets

car decals (small, tasteful)

bumper stickers (large, tasteful :-)

notecards to send thank you notes to industry people and/or the media

something verging on school supplies because I know that my kids love
"logo" stuff that relates to the things they're interested in (NFL
teams, iPods, etc)

Lisa





On 11/12/07, Máirín Duffy <duffy redhat com> wrote:
> Some ideas, let's brainstorm like mad and see what we come up with, no
> idea is too crazy:
>
> - professionally-printed blank DVDs/CDs you can use to burn Fedora to.
> Comes with a nice blank space for you to write in the version number /
> arch /etc.
>
> - professionally-printed DVD/CD labels again with the blank write-in space.
>
> - women's-sized and styled tshirts :)
>
> - at least 5 or 6 different tshirts that are stylish, not just a logo
> and a slogan but something your non-geek friends would actually think
> looked cool even if they didn't understand what Fedora was. They would
> pave the way for folks to ask what it is and for you to spread the good
> word :)
>
> - case stickers
>
> - sticker sized for laptop
>
> - laptop skins
>
> - posters... stylish cool designs... stuff that folks can hang up in
> their cubes or at their school
>
> - this one's a bit out there and would take some work but - what if as a
> Fedora 10 '10 version anniversary' thing we put together a nice book
> that ran through each release of Fedora with some information about the
> major features and nice screenshots and artwork for each? E.g. if you
> bought the special edition of the Final Fantasy 12 game :) It comes with
> a retrospective of all the games before 12 with a little summary of the
> plot and screenshots... I'm thinking something like that but in book form.
>
> - along similar lines, maybe a DVD of the videos that have been recorded
> of talks at various FUDcons
>
> - tie clasp, cufflinks, pin - something that can be worn more formally
>
> - tie!!
>
> - winter scarf and matching hat with a bright blue pompom!!
>
> ~m
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