Hi Board Members,
As i wrote before, I offer something like these:
The method we are doing with another free software community is the following:
From the price of every shirt we sold we add a sum to
which they can use for ordering shirts for the community. Usually it
$5 / shirt. Free shipping, worldwide.
Other free software developers receive cash, this is usually less,
depending on the shirt type.
What do you think? Could something similar work with openSUSE?
owner of HELLOTUX - European Linux Clothes
Richard Brown a következőt írta ekkor: 2015. február 23. 18:21:55
My records show that the Board approved your trademark request back at
the end of May 2014. Apologies if the email did not reach you.
You can consider this email as approval to prolong this permission for
another year (Given the strange circumstances, lets extend that until
As for your offer to contribute shirts to members/ambassadors - That's
a really interesting idea. How many would you have on offer? I'm
curious how we'll handle the logistics of it, but I'm certainly
interested in the idea
On 23 February 2015 at 17:53, Gabor Kum <gabor.list(a)hellotux.com> wrote:
> Hi Board Members,
> At HELLOTUX we had permission to sell embroidered openSUSE shirts. I asked
> for prolonging this permission for another year, but still no answer :-(
> Our plans if we can make these shirts again:
> 1. New, green color, with white embroidery. I made a demo, it is really
> cool! 2. We would like to contribute shirts to members/ambassadors in the
> same way as we do with the Hungarian Ubuntu Community or donate money as
> for Linux Mint, Kubuntu or LXLE.
> 3. Sweater, kitchen apron, etc...
> What do you think?
> Gabor Kum
> owner of HELLOTUX - European Linux Clothes
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