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Re: What would a Fedora Store sell?



tir, 13 11 2007 kl. 19:26 +0000, skrev Duarte Diogo:
> Ter, 2007-11-13 às 10:33 +0100, David Nielsen escreveu:
> > man, 12 11 2007 kl. 17:10 -0700, skrev Clint Savage:
> > But please none of the cafeexpress shit, I'd like at least one option to
> > get a polo or t-shirt that matched the quality of the OS it promotes.
> > Cafeexpress' print are horrible, they degrade fast, I saw Ubuntu sold a
> > nice polo with an embroided logo, that was both high quality and stylish
> > - could we get something like that?
> > 
> > Something that promotes Fedora and is stylish yet discrete enough to
> > wear at work.
> > 
> > - David
> 
> Regarding the clothes, we need something global, not only in the EMEA or
> in the USA. If I buy something in USA, I pay a lot of money due to a
> import costs to Portugal (and also a lot of paper work).
> 
> I think that http://www.spreadshirt.net/en/ is a good solution, because
> they have a lot of offices in Europe and also in USA. I don't know the
> quality of the clothes, but for sure we have a German ambassador around,
> knowing the company and the products.
> 
> It's also possible to open a shop with the spreadshirt frontend or place
> bulk orders http://www.deutsche-druckservice.de/prices.141.0.html

Absolutely, I'm in Denmark and I hate paying customs not to mention
shipping for swag. 

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