[Pdx-pm] T-Shirts

Allison Randal allison at perl.org
Mon Jun 19 08:43:25 PDT 2006

Chances are good that O'Reilly would give us permission. But the
permissions department is notoriously slow, and may not get back to is
in reasonable time to get the shirts printed.

I like the baseball shirt design better than the others anyway. :)


Ovid wrote:
> The two designs might infringe on the O'Reilly trademark, but have we thought about asking permission?  They've been liberal with its use in the past, so they might just agree.
> Cheers,
> Ovid
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> ----- Original Message ----
> From: Eric Wilhelm <scratchcomputing at gmail.com>
> To: pdx-pm-list at pm.org
> Sent: Monday, June 19, 2006 9:14:08 AM
> Subject: [Pdx-pm] T-Shirts
> We had a brief discussion about these at the last meeting.  The two 
> designs that have been submitted thus far both infringe on O'Reilly's 
> camel trademark, so we need to try something else.
> Tina sketched out a baseball shirt idea.  Now on the wiki.
>   http://pdx.pm.org/kwiki/index.cgi?shirts2006
> We really need to get rolling on these if we're going to have them 
> before oscon.  Marvin suggested that we have a vote this Wednesday, 
> though I think we can stretch that until the beginning of the Jifty 
> talk this Saturday.
> Other designs welcome.  If everyone's into the baseball shirt, let me 
> know and I'll do it in svg.  If anyone wants to volunteer for that, 
> I'll buy your shirt.
> Design submissions have been a bit slim.  Are you all not into shirts 
> this year?  Since we don't have a new server setup (yet) for polls and 
> such, I'll be really unscientific (expect 404.)  Click only once per 
> shirt.
>   http://ericwilhelm.homeip.net/_I_want_a_shirt
>   http://ericwilhelm.homeip.net/_I_do_not_want_a_shirt
> This is just for a general headcount.  If you're reasonably certain you 
> want *some* pdx.pm shirt, please click accordingly.  If pdx.pm shirts 
> just aren't your thing, click the second link.
> Thanks,
> Eric

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