* Gordon Fraser <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2002-05-29 11:53]:
> Gordon Fraser (email@example.com) wrote:
>> Gerfried Fuchs (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
>> > who | when
>> > Martin F. Krafft | ?
>> > X Christoph Siess | ?
>> > X and me | Fri-Sun
> X Gordon Fraser | Sat-Sun
> I have an exam on that Friday :-/ , so I can only be there
Much much luck then!
> 6,85¤ per T-Shirt, I'll pay for the sieve (Drucksieb?), and it takes
> about a week to have them made. Now we only have to decide on what to
> put on the T-Shirts :-)
I would sugguest Blinder's swirl with hat would make a good motive.
Would be really great if you do some of those - I guess we can sell
them. I would say 100 shirts might sound much but we wouldn't have to
sell them all now, there are other events coming up and I guess we can
arange to transport them around or such.
I would say, sell them for 10,- ¤ like those offered at the LT, people
will pay it (still no money for a shirt) and the rest of the money
should be sent as donation to the project.
-- ...you might as well skip the Xmas celebration completely, and instead sit in front of your linux computer playing with the all-new-and-improved linux kernel version. -- Linus Torvalds
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