[Debian-uk] Debian ts/polos

Steve McIntyre steve at einval.com
Wed Jun 1 15:47:11 BST 2016

On Sun, May 22, 2016 at 11:44:14AM +0100, Clive Menzies wrote:
>Hi Steve
>We would like a couple - where can we see sizes/prices/styles?

Hi Clive (and others)

Sorry for the delay - the beer festival in Cambridge last week took
all my time! :-)

I'm basically looking at producing more of the embroidered stuff:
polos and "hippy" Ts as I've done before
(http://www.einval.com/~steve/DebianT/), plus whatever else people
want embroidered. Talking Ts in Cambridge will do all sorts of things
like fleeces, baseball caps etc. as well - see
http://www.talkingts.co.uk/pennn2.htm for the full range.

The exact price will depend on how many things people want. As a
*guide only*, the last time I did an order (last year) with a
reasonable number of people, we got the following prices:

  * OK10 "Hippy" Ts (like
    £11.25 each
  * K403 Polo shirts (http://our-catalogue.com/TATS/?p=K403) £12.60 each
  * GD56 Sweatshirt (http://our-catalogue.com/TATS/?p=GD56) £11.40 each
  * GD57 Hoodie (http://our-catalogue.com/TATS/?p=GD57) £15.20 each
  * RS36 Fleece (http://our-catalogue.com/TATS/?p=RS36) £18.50 each

including the cost of embroidery and VAT. If we get a smaller number,
the prices will be higher. If anybody wants some of the other printed
designs on my page, by all means *ask* but I won't promise any of
those unless there's a big demand.

Right now I'm looking for expressions of interest to gauge numbers,
and I'll get back to people with more accurate pricing based on
those. I'll then ask for firm commitments before placing an
order. Finally: I'm doing this personally, not as Debian UK, so I'll
want the money for orders up-front as I'm not planning on holding any
stock beyond this!

Steve McIntyre, Cambridge, UK.                                steve at einval.com
"I suspect most samba developers are already technically insane... Of
 course, since many of them are Australians, you can't tell." -- Linus Torvalds

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