Re: T-Shirts

2001-05-17 Thread Barbie
From: Simon Wistow [EMAIL PROTECTED] ...and then sunny Birmingham .. You must have been dreaming! Barbie, currently sitting in a high-rise office block in rainy Brum.

Re: T-Shirts

2001-05-17 Thread Simon Wistow
Barbie wrote: ...and then sunny Birmingham .. You must have been dreaming! I was stuck in the Chamberlain hotel on Broad Street. I wanted to go out for a walk and go to a bar and a restaurant (rather than being stuck in the hotel ones) but it was absolutley pissing it down with rain so I

RE: T-Shirts

2001-05-15 Thread Cross David - dcross
From: Robert Shiels [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, May 15, 2001 5:23 PM I was just wondering, have the secret T-shirt designs been sent off to the printers yet ? The reason I ask is that I'd really like one of them to be Hitch-Hiker related; or maybe we could have a special run of ZZ9

Re: T-shirts for Monday

2001-03-05 Thread Simon Wistow
"David H. Adler" wrote: I'm guessing that those of us on this side of the atlantic are, therefore, out of luck at this point? Nope. Well, sort of. I saved 3 * XL for Merkins. I'm also thinking of printing some more.

Re: T-shirts for Monday

2001-03-05 Thread Mark Rogaski
An entity claiming to be David H. Adler wrote: : : Good man. : : Now all I have to do is figure out how to get them... :-) : Well, if we can figure out how to, I'd like to snatch up one of them. Mark -- [] | "Girls in occupied countries always [] Mark Rogaski | get

Re: T-shirts for Monday

2001-03-04 Thread David H. Adler
On Fri, Feb 23, 2001 at 04:14:14PM +, Neil Ford wrote: Are we going to try and get as many PIMB tshirts in the audiance for Monday? We could even get a photo with Damian? I'll bring the 8 or so I have left as well. Excellent. We should probably present one to Damian. I'm

Re: T-shirts for Monday

2001-02-23 Thread Neil Ford
Neil Ford wrote: This isn't a question about any possible plans to produce a new tshirt design for Monday :-) but rather Place said they couldn't do it in time. That doesn't rule out Prontaprint though :) Oh well, some other time maybe (for YAPC::Europe?). Are we going to try and

Re: t-shirts

2001-02-22 Thread Mark Fowler
Perl t-shirt ideas =pod =head1 Bad Perl T-Shirt Ideas Sorry. =head2 perl related * "My other t-shirt has a camel on it" * "I know perl" "Show me" * "If you programmed in perl you'd be home by now" * "You don't have to be mad to program perl, but it helps" * "95% of cats prefer

Re: t-shirts

2001-02-22 Thread Robin Szemeti
On Thu, 22 Feb 2001, you wrote: Perl t-shirt ideas * "Muttley is a Arsehole" (let's see Randall complain about that) See Randal complain about that .. you'll see me complain about that. ... I mean .. people will laugh and mock us how could you .. it should be "Muttley is an

Re: t-shirts

2001-02-22 Thread Mark Fowler
... I mean .. people will laugh and mock us how could you .. it should be "Muttley is an Arsehole" .. I dunno, such poor grammar these days :)) No, just poor typing I'm afraid. This would only work however if Simon printed and distributed the T-shirts ;-) -- print

Re: t-shirts

2001-02-22 Thread Richard Clamp
On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 10:43:10AM +, Michael Stevens wrote: On Wed, Feb 21, 2001 at 09:53:24PM +, Jonathan Stowe wrote: On Wed, 21 Feb 2001, Michael Stevens wrote: Pony::Pony Only if it has the open sourced code of the module on the back :) I think Mr Clamp has been doing

Re: t-shirts

2001-02-22 Thread Michael Stevens
On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 12:24:46PM +, Richard Clamp wrote: I think Mr Clamp has been doing initial development on this, but has not yet released his code. Okay, it's pre pre alpha, it does nothing, and it's not even an very good way of doing the nothing it does. Perhaps a sourceforge

Re: t-shirts

2001-02-22 Thread Richard Clamp
On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 12:27:07PM +, Michael Stevens wrote: On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 12:24:46PM +, Richard Clamp wrote: Okay, it's pre pre alpha, it does nothing, and it's not even an very good way of doing the nothing it does. I haven't even recieved this mail yet - hmmm. Perhaps

Re: t-shirts

2001-02-22 Thread Michael Stevens
On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 12:29:45PM +, Richard Clamp wrote: Or the london.pm server, on which we could do straight cvs, or even install the lumbering beast that is sourceforge. I nominate dadadodo as the pumpking for this. I think he should collaborate with dipsy. Michael

Re: t-shirts

2001-02-21 Thread Paul Mison
On 21/02/2001 at 12:26 +, Michael Stevens wrote: ALL YOUR BASE ARE BELONG TO US Yeah, this would have been OK if you'd printed them on Friday morning, and they were disposable. This sort of meme just does the rounds too rapidly. I mean, how much would you laugh at someone wearing a 'I am

Re: t-shirts

2001-02-21 Thread Andy Williams
On Wed, 21 Feb 2001, Michael Stevens wrote: We've been talking about t-shirts on irc, and I think we should try to get some ideas together[1]. Some thoughts to start you off: Hash Bang Perl Pony::Pony PIMB (we've done this one) ALL YOUR BASE ARE BELONG TO US I saw a t-shirt the other

Re: t-shirts

2001-02-21 Thread Michael Stevens
On Wed, Feb 21, 2001 at 12:43:34PM +, Paul Mison wrote: On 21/02/2001 at 12:26 +, Michael Stevens wrote: ALL YOUR BASE ARE BELONG TO US and they were disposable. This sort of meme just does the rounds too rapidly. I mean, how much would you laugh at someone wearing a 'I am Mahir,

Re: t-shirts

2001-02-21 Thread Dave Hodgkinson
Andy Williams [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I saw a t-shirt the other week that just had "-w" on it thought it was quite cool. Not sure if it was a perl t-shirt though! #!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict ; use World::Domination ; my $thing = new World::Domination-order() ; Or something. --

Re: t-shirts

2001-02-21 Thread Struan Donald
* at 21/02 12:49 + Michael Stevens said: On Wed, Feb 21, 2001 at 12:43:34PM +, Paul Mison wrote: On 21/02/2001 at 12:26 +, Michael Stevens wrote: ALL YOUR BASE ARE BELONG TO US and they were disposable. This sort of meme just does the rounds too rapidly. I mean, how much

Re: t-shirts

2001-02-21 Thread Dave Thorn
On Wed, Feb 21, 2001 at 12:53:55PM +, Struan Donald wrote: surely just t-shirts with editable text? T-shirts with a velcro strip and a bad of letters that stick. Available now at GAP dave, no I haven't been in there -- dave thorn | [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: t-shirts

2001-02-21 Thread Michael Stevens
On Wed, Feb 21, 2001 at 12:57:00PM +, Dave Thorn wrote: On Wed, Feb 21, 2001 at 12:53:55PM +, Struan Donald wrote: surely just t-shirts with editable text? T-shirts with a velcro strip and a bad of letters that stick. Available now at GAP dave, no I haven't been in there Now if

Re: t-shirts

2001-02-21 Thread Paul Makepeace
On Wed, Feb 21, 2001 at 01:04:34PM +, Michael Stevens wrote: Now if someone would just invent print-on lcd panels... http://www.visson.net/ Paul

RE: t-shirts

2001-02-21 Thread Matthew Jones
We've been talking about t-shirts on irc, and I think we should try to get some ideas together[1]. How about one with perlperlperlperlperl printed around the neck area in a circle? You see where I'm going on this one? -- matt jones

Re: t-shirts

2001-02-21 Thread Jonathan Stowe
On Wed, 21 Feb 2001, Michael Stevens wrote: We've been talking about t-shirts on irc, and I think we should try to get some ideas together[1]. Some thoughts to start you off: Hash Bang Perl Pony::Pony PIMB (we've done this one) $foo = my $controversial_noun; /J\ -- Jonathan Stowe