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Old 07-09-2009, 11:04 AM   #16
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And, it might even be cheaper to get our own Euro-Slack shirts printed, than have them shipped over from the States where customs might/will interfere.
Well, obviously it's a bit senseless to ship shirts from China to the US and then back to Europe again. I'm sure if it it for the 'common good' that some arrangement can be made? Perhaps some fixed donation to Slackware per item or so? I dunno, I've got a Slackware cap but I bought it more because I felt it was a good way to donate.



But check it with Pat before you do anything.


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Problem of 'Euro-Slack' c/would be, how to tell if the quality is garan-T-eed to the high Slack-standards

If Pat is okay with it, I could start with a little black/n/white vinyl 'decal' (sticker) or T-shirt? I've got some experience with getting small batches of T-shirt / Hoody's / Polo-shirts ( clubwise )
"Vinyl"?? Wash your mouth sjampoo, that is not how you where raised
Cotton. Hemp. Whatever. Durable stuff, and no plastics. If only to meet Slackwares standards.


And it would be really good if there was another means of paying than ye olde credit card. I've borrowed my fathers credit card on occasion, as he is literally the only person I know with a credit card. I don't want to do that too often. Paypall is fine, accept-giro or something is fine too.
 
Old 07-09-2009, 11:47 AM   #17
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I'm sure if it it for the 'common good' that some arrangement can be made? <SNAP> because I felt it was a good way to donate.
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But check it with Pat before you do anything.
I will, if this very preliminary idea goes somewhere

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"Vinyl"?? Wash your mouth sjampoo, that is not how you where raised
Cotton. Hemp. Whatever. Durable stuff, and no plastics. If only to meet Slackwares standards.
Always some soap at hand.
I have never heard of durable hemp decals,. or cd/dvd-roms made out of other stuff then plastics,.. or even CD-cases ( well, actually, I am familair with paper-sleve-wrapped cd's offcourse, but they are mostly bundled with non-durable hardware/magazine/ad-ware.

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And it would be really good if there was another means of paying than ye olde credit card. I've borrowed my fathers credit card on occasion, as he is literally the only person I know with a credit card. I don't want to do that too often. Paypall is fine, accept-giro or something is fine too.
As you are bringing the accept-giro up, I presume you're Dutch or anywhere near?

I'll see where this goes, but I think, before setting up a 'real' euro-slack-mirror-shop, i'll have to see how much 'real' interest there whould be.

Starting with the all-black, with a white (old or new style) logo of Slackware_Linux on the front?
 
Old 07-09-2009, 02:25 PM   #18
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I'll see where this goes, but I think, before setting up a 'real' euro-slack-mirror-shop, i'll have to see how much 'real' interest there whould be.
I would be interested and I know that there are several Dutch and Belgian Slackers active here on LQ.org.
So let's hope that you can pull this off.
 
Old 07-09-2009, 03:21 PM   #19
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Mmmm, Italy is at the center of Europe, we should use it as strategic point, the time should be equal for all the European countries, oh God! I became an old Roman commander, Italian inside Yeah, seriously it ain't a bad idea, don't you think so? I can suggest you some city:

-Milan
-Bolzano
-Venice
-Florence
-Rome
-Naples
-Palermo
-Catania
-Taormina


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Old 07-09-2009, 04:48 PM   #20
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I will follow this thread! .

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Old 07-10-2009, 04:13 AM   #21
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E-mail send to info at slackware

We'll see
 
Old 07-10-2009, 08:32 AM   #22
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Official Slackware DVDs and fan staff is available on http://www.ixsoft.de/. (German site)
I bought CrossOver Linux and some Slackware stuff there. It is a reliable shop.
 
Old 07-11-2009, 02:56 AM   #23
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Official Slackware DVDs and fan staff is available on http://www.ixsoft.de/. (German site)
I bought CrossOver Linux and some Slackware stuff there. It is a reliable shop.
Hey, that's great! To bad they don't have the black/white shirt though, but it' does the trick anyways.
 
Old 07-12-2009, 03:35 AM   #24
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I'm self-employed with a Shirt-Printshop in Germany, so I've no problems to produce for /me fitted slackware-clothes, mugs, mousepads etc. :-)))
 
  


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