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Seeing a discussion of this. I would like to propose something here.

Why not setup an e-commerce site for people that want to purchase swag
outside of contests as their way of donating so to speak to the TDF.

I am versed in setting up word press as an E-Commerce Site, and can get it
to interface with the TDF's PayPal.


-----Original Message-----
From: Cor Nouws [] 
Sent: 29 March 2013 23:01
To: Joel Madero
Cc: Thorsten Behrens; Robinson Tryon;;
Subject: Re: [board-discuss] Re: LibreOffice Swag/Merchandise Bulk Purchase?

Hi Joel,

Joel Madero wrote (29-03-13 17:59)

At that cost maybe we can give a sticker to everyone who participates?
Let's say it's 50 people (very very optimistic), it might be less than
$25 to get them a sticker.

And once we ship, we send some more. Always good for everyone to have one at
hand to share ;-)

Nice, we'll just do 1 mug most likely, at most would be 2. We will 
find local store to print the mug(s) and ship them. Robinson and I are 
working on this.

I was lucky to be able to order a small amount for an interesting price..

What about for t-shirts? Same design as mug?

Can be if one wishes.
You may also take the plain LibreOffice logo of course or make something

Hoodies I think we have some left over (hope?)

Not that much, and as far as I know mostly small sizes.

if not, should we purchase a larger batch and have someone store them 
until our next event in Europe?

Or the other way round.
Just depends on whats most practical for ordering / payment / storage and

Lastly, a laptop bag,

Yes, that is interesting.

I'm going to ping Marketing about making some kind of design to add to 
it - if no one volunteers probably same as mug/tshirt design.

The more designs the merrier, IMO :-)


  - Cor


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