I'm a committer and a PMC member of Apache Camel project. I've made a
handful of Apache Camel branded T-shirts that I gave to my colleagues
and I'll also give away some tomorrow at EU Roadshow.

Having been contacted by a community member wishing to purchase these
and never intending to become a t-shirt vendor prompted me to approach
Mark and Rich at EU Roadshow and they pointed me to this this

I saw the page listing existing vendors that offer ASF branded
goods[1], and I would like to collaborate with someone to get some
Camel branded swag into an official ASF store.

How would I go about doing that?

thanks :)


[1] https://www.apache.org/foundation/buy_stuff.html

On 2018/03/04 20:19:59, Mark Thomas <ma...@apache.org> 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] https://www.redbubble.com/
> []2 https://help.redbubble.com/hc/en-us/articles/206409096
Zoran Regvart

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