[PD] PD t-shirts
bbakersmith at gmail.com
Wed Apr 1 16:34:44 CEST 2009
I'm open to the idea of donating proceeds to PdCon. But, having never
been, I have some clarifying questions/concerns.
I would really prefer that any money from sales went toward
documentation, which in turn will increase useability and make PD more
accessible to new users. Does the convention encourage/promote
documentation? Is time spent at the convention trying to increase the
existing body of literature?
If so, then I'm all for it. I just don't want to settle on PdCon if
it's only useful to attendees. (of course, I understand that in a
good open-source community knowledge gained by any members contributes
in some way to the knowledge of the group... but I'm talking more
formal documention rather than more answers on the mailing list)
Glad to hear the interest. I'm still looking into the best way to go
about printing, selling, and distributing.
If someone wants to partner up on this I'd be happy for the help and
On Tue, Mar 31, 2009 at 9:46 PM, Alexandre Castonguay
<acastonguay at artengine.ca> wrote:
> Hi Ben, all,
> We did the last batch of t's as a fundraiser for the Convention in
> Montréal. We managed to pay for another 1/2 plane ticket with the
> proceeds :-). Maybe the same could be done for São Paulo?
> The super folks from Graz sent the file they used for the original t's I
> should still have it if you want.
> À bientôt,
>> Hello List,
>> I'm considering designing and selling PD related t-shirts. I haven't
>> totally worked out the logistics. Basically I was inspired by the
>> [Bang( shirts that I've seen online, but which are no longer available
>> as far as I can tell.
>> Anyway, if I did so, I would like to donate all of the proceeds toward
>> further PD development, specifically documentation of poorly
>> documented objects (or example patches, which is basically the same
>> How do you all think would be the best way of going about this?
>> Should I stockpile the money and then offer it to someone as a sort of
>> grant? That's less than ideal in my opinion. I really don't know how
>> to go about this.
>> Any/all input is welcome
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