[Evangelism] Re: Plone swag
cjj at ifpeople.net
Wed Oct 15 00:28:58 UTC 2008
Setting up a shop isn't a big deal...but who will do fulfillment? I thought
the idea discussed at the conference/sprint was to avoid anyone in
particular doing fulfillment...ie outsource that part (in which case,
GetPaid won't be much use).
On Tue, Oct 14, 2008 at 5:41 PM, Nate Aune <natea at jazkarta.com> wrote:
> If you were at the Plone conference last week you probably noticed the
> awesome swag that Sixfeetup was giving away:
> - Plone bumper stickers
> - Plone logo stickers
> - Buildout Quick Reference Cards
> - Plone bottle openers
> Buy them at http://sixfeetup.com/swag and Sixfeetup will donate 50% to
> the Plone Foundation.
> I think we should set up a shop.plone.org site where people could buy
> Plone t-shirts and other stuff to show their support for Plone. I know
> Gabrielle (from Sixfeetup) is also keen to do this. Jonah Bossewitch
> (cc'ed) set up a Cafepress store a couple years ago
> (http://www.cafepress.com/plonestore) but these products are using the
> old logo and there's been some question as to the quality of the
> merchandise sold on Cafepress.
> Look at what other open source CMSes are doing:
> Chris - could we set up a PloneGetPaid shop at shop.plone.org to sell
> this stuff? All proceeds could go to the Plone foundation which could
> then be used to spend on marketing efforts.
> Let me know who else is interested in this idea. And add your name to
> this wiki page:
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