Jiri, do you have the design for the t-shirt somewhere?
Abdel G. Martínez L.
> On Dec 4, 2015, at 5:35 AM, Jiri Eischmann <eischmann(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> Justin W. Flory píše v Čt 03. 12. 2015 v 09:24 -0500:
>>> On 12/03/2015 08:26 AM, Jiri Eischmann wrote:
>>> Masha has changed the design from Certified to Proud Fedora User.
>>> Is it
>>> something we can go with?
>>> I'd like to have the t-shirts ready for FOSDEM, so we don't have
>>> time left for production.
>> "Proud Fedora User" sounds like a good catchphrase to me. +1 on the
>> Curious, are these shirts going to be handed out openly or just to
>> who have an extended conversation with those behind the booth and/or
>> is clear they are big fans of Fedora from a user perspective? I feel
>> like it may be more rewarding and encouraging to those who are
>> definitely Fedora fans to get a t-shirt just because it's clear they
>> a fan, as compared to someone just passing by. Maybe this was already
>> discussed - I am just seeing the topic now, though. :)
>> I also don't have any experience at a Linux event, so maybe that all
>> sounds odd anyways. It's just some of my thoughts on it!
> Hi Justin,
> we won't produce the t-shirt in very large quantities. If you have,
> say, 50 t-shirts for FOSDEM which has >5000 visitors, you need to have
> some criteria for giving them away.
> One of the ideas was to ask visitors to show us they have a FAS account
> and got the Fedora badge for the conference.
> Or it can simply be users that show big interest in Fedora, are long-
> term users (which you can learn from the conversation with them). At
> FOSDEM, there are dozens of long term users who come to our booth to
> show us their support and they sometimes have very interesting
> conversations with us. And many of them literally beg for some Fedora
> swag, willing to pay for it. When I came up with an idea for this t-
> shirt, I had these users in mind.
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