[GeoNode-devel] T-shirts for Sprint

Paolo Pasquali paolo.pasquali at ithaca.polito.it
Thu Sep 24 08:47:24 PDT 2015

the Denver GeoNode t-shirt had the tagline "Share your world" (which I like
What do you think? (Well, the "Openlayers zooms" tagline was cooler...)

On the back I'd put something like a small logo + a small "GeoNode DevTeam"
on the same line.



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On Wed, Sep 23, 2015 at 9:09 PM, Jeffrey Johnson <ortelius at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Folks,
> I've heard from many of you that we need to get new GeoNode t-shirts
> as we haven't had any since at least FOSS4G Denver. I'm happy to
> coordinate this on CustomInk using group ordering if everyone is up
> for it. Basic info is here http://www.customink.com/groups you will be
> able to login and pay for your shirt(s) yourself and Ill bring them to
> New Orleans and send a batch to Italy.
> A few questions on design.
> * What color should we use? the old ones were a kind of light blue.
> You can use this page here to find a color you like and indicate it in
> the spreadsheet below. We will go with the most popular one
> * Assuming just the logo and 'GeoNode' on the front, perhaps a
> tagline? What about on the back?
> I've set up a quick spreadsheet for you to indicate your size,
> quantity you want and preferred color. Lets try to do this quickly so
> we can get them ordered, delivered and sent to Italy.
> https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1rTh_tlASvusVLnK-cZaXWqZgtvtRDiiwG2sxNX63zao/edit#gid=0
> Looking forward to the sprint!
> Jeff
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