[Members] T-Shirt ideas

Daniel Gultsch daniel at gultsch.de
Wed Nov 2 09:44:39 UTC 2016


I like the first idea. I'm personally not much into 'geeky' tshirts
aka the classic black tee/white printing style.

2016-11-01 1:41 GMT+01:00 Joachim Lindborg <joachim.lindborg at sust.se>:
> I like the first! one and one could play more with it (obs non english
> speaking)
> "The evolution to Federation"
> "The Federation keeps you in control"
> "Federate to keep your data safe"
> "Level up, be federated"
>
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> 2016-10-31 23:01 GMT+01:00 Dave Cridland <dave at cridland.net>:
>>
>> Whilst having a particularly inane twitter conversation with Lloyd
>> Watkin, I got some interesting ideas for t-shirts.
>>
>> 1) "The Revolution will be Federated"
>>
>> I'm thinking light grey on charcoal, an "#XMPP" hashtag, "distressed"
>> print, all very "street", and possibly the Occult Symbol Of Federation
>> (ie, a full-mesh federation diagram) in the background.
>>
>> Quite subtle, relatively non-geeky unless you read closely.
>>
>> 2) "Standard"
>>
>> So this one is a remarkably silly idea. Which is why I like it, obviously.
>>
>> a) Publish a (Humorous Stream) XEP on t-shirt requirements.
>>
>> b) Make a t-shirt that simply says "This t-shirt strictly conforms to
>> XEP-XXXX", along with the logo and "XMPP Standards Foundation" or some
>> such.
>>
>> Very unsubtle, very geeky. Mixed colours.
>>
>> Either? Both? (I'm thinking of these for FOSDEM, BTW, but I can
>> develop both/either and I'm happy to have the XSF sell them off a
>> store front too).
>>
>> Dave.
>
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