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From Rich Bowen <>
Subject Re: [PROPOSAL] Setting up an official ASF swag store
Date Sun, 04 Mar 2018 23:27:56 GMT
We have in the past been reluctant to have an official stoee because it
removed business opportunities from others who want to run a store.

That said, nobody is, and the attempts to do so in the past haven't
amounted to much. And I'd like a place to replace my Apache members tshirt
which is falling apart.

So, sure, if someone is going to do the work to make this happen, go for

When we set up I was surprised by how
much work was required to set up each product - most of which have now been
removed because they were classic feather logo.

On Sun, Mar 4, 2018, 15:20 Mark Thomas <> wrote:

> Hi,
> I'd like to propose setting up an official ASF swag store. I recently
> came across RedBubble [1] who produce stuff through geographically
> distributed agents so the post costs remain reasonable world-wide.
> My thinking is to do this with the logos for as many ASF projects as
> possible and for as many of the products that RedBubble offer as possible.
> These are the prices[2], excluding shipping and mark-up. The standard
> mark-up is 20% which I propose we use with all of this being passed to
> the ASF.
> The plan, assuming there is general support, would be:
> - Set up the account and figure out all the admin side of things
> - Pick a project to start with to test things out
> - Email all PMCs to
>   - inform them of the store
>   - ask them to add a link to it on their web-sites
>   - ask them to provide logo(s) in suitable resolutions
> - Upload logos for those PMCs that provide them
> - Work through the logos for the PMCs that don't in slower time
> I need to run this past a few other folks as well. My intention is to
> point them to this thread and ask for feedback.
> I don't intend this to replace any stores committers, PMCs, community
> members etc. are currently running. I view it more as a way of providing
> a default selection of swag for as many projects as possible.
> Thoughts? Feedback?
> Cheers,
> Mark
> [1]
> []2
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