RE: [VisCom] More about shirts...

Lands' End sent the following image today:

I'm somewhat green colorblind, it's a jpg, and I'm using my laptop
monitor -- which means I have no idea if this is any good or not...

Note the lack of gradient fills -- too hard for them. And the logo
comes out at 3.88 x 1.38 inches, btw.

Anyone have any comments? (hint, if you want to change it now, it'll
cost us :slight_smile:


-----Original Message-----
From: Tyler Mitchell []
Sent: Friday, May 26, 2006 12:57 PM
Subject: Re: RE: [VisCom] More about shirts...

Peter, you thinking of this page?

The gradient fills were what caused me some grief too. Would
be nice to replace them with some sort of line fill for
certain functions... but all in good time. :slight_smile:

Michael, do you think they will be able to work with the
gradients or not? How critical is it that we get it changed?


----- Original Message -----
From: Peter Moran <>
Date: Friday, May 26, 2006 9:38 am
Subject: RE: [VisCom] More about shirts...

> mpg,
> Please change previous order from 6 to 3 shirts for Autodeskers,
> as some
> have responded individually.
> Didn't you do a page on shirts? I can't seem to find on the wiki.
> Sounds like Land's End is doing fancy threadwork - wow. I was
> imagininga simpler silkscreen process (or whatever the modern day
> equivalent is)
> Cheers,
> Peter
> _____
> From: Michael P. Gerlek []
> Sent: Friday, May 26, 2006 1:37 AM
> To:
> Cc:
> Subject: [VisCom] More about shirts...
> I've now gotten a few requests for OSGeo shirts by people not
> attendingWhere and willing to pay their own costs. I told the
> first person
> "sure, no prob!" -- but then I got nervous.
> One the one hand, it would be nice to allow them to do this, and I'm
> willing to add their orders in and handle the organizing. And we
> wouldeven get a 5% discount if the order exceeds $1000.
> But on the other hand, selling shirts is a potential fund-raising
> activity, and so we might lose future revenue by doing
this. A small
> amount, to be sure, but I don't think it is within my authority to
> decide this.
> What does the Board think?
> -mpg

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