[Yapc-na-organizers] Sponsorship prospectus
fluhmann at gmail.com
Thu Oct 30 08:54:27 PDT 2008
On Thu, Oct 30, 2008 at 10:32 AM, Pete Krawczyk <petek at bsod.net> wrote:
> In 2006, which was the first year this was done, we actually had
> sponsors request this, because it was what they were used to from
> other conferences. We repeated in 2008 for the same reason.
> I can only assume 2007 was the same way.
Yes, it was.
I don't have the document that we used in Houston, but Wade or Will might.
On 10/30/08, Dave Rolsky <autarch at urth.org> wrote:
> > On Thu, 30 Oct 2008, Pete Krawczyk wrote:
> >> Keep in mind that some people will be critical of anything that looks
> >> like commercialism, as opposed to sponsorship. (We received a
> >> complaint this year about the logos on the shirt, for example.)
> > Do the sponsors actually ask to have their logos on the shirts, or did
> > someone just volunteer this?
> > I'm one of those people who hate this. I don't wear the YAPC shirts from
> > 2006 on because of this, except under another shirt.
> > FWIW, when we did Frozen Perl nobody asked about getting their logo on
> > shirt, and we didn't offer it.
> > I would _love_ to see a return to the logo-less shirts so I can start
> > wearing them during the summer again.
> > -dave
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