Subject: Re: NetBSD T-Shirts
To: David Brownlee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Preston Vega <email@example.com>
Date: 07/08/1999 16:55:15
YES! NetBSD has the coolest *BSD logo out of all three. The OpenBSD 2.3
logo is pretty cool but they're always changing. If anyone start selling
these let us know and I'll add a link.
T-shirts and baseball caps would be a great idea.
BSD Users Group of Orlando: http://bugo.zepa.net
"Linux is something for Windows haters, BSD is something for Unix lovers"
(Heike S., Febr. 98)
"Beneath revolution (Linux) there's also evolution (*BSD)"
(Andre Oppermann, Apr. 98)
"I view Linux as something that's not Microsoft-a backlash against
Microsoft, no more and no less."
(Ken Thompson, 99)
On Tue, 6 Jul 1999, David Brownlee wrote:
> Good question :)
> I have a few t-shirts left over from usenix - they're pretty
> plain design - the front has a copy of the NetBSD logo from the
> website, and the back has the text:
> "Sixteen platforms, One source tree
> From vax to alpha, all run NetBSD"
> alpha i386 pc532
> amiga mac68k sparc
> arm32 macppc sun3
> atari mvme68k vax
> hp300 next68k x68k
> They went for $10 apiece, which would be plus shipping (I have no
> idea offhand how much that will be).
> I'm happy enough to sell and ship the remaining t-shirts, but it
> would be quite _excellent_ if anyone else would be interested in
> helping out the project by getting some more t-shirts printed and
> then selling/shipping them (I am pretty much overloaded time wise
> and would rather spend my cycles getting updated information up
> on the website and closing PRs).
> So... if anyone is even slightly interested in helping out t-shirt
> wise - PLEASE get in touch!
> -=- Maybe your misinterpretation of my actions is
> in conflict with your misconception of who I am -=-
> On Tue, 6 Jul 1999, Preston Vega wrote:
> > Where can I purchase a NetBSD t-shirt?
> > Cheers,
> > BUGO Founder
> > BSD Users Group of Orlando: http://bugo.zepa.net
> > ---
> > "Linux is something for Windows haters, BSD is something for Unix lovers"
> > (Heike S., Febr. 98)
> > "Beneath revolution (Linux) there's also evolution (*BSD)"
> > (Andre Oppermann, Apr. 98)
> > "I view Linux as something that's not Microsoft-a backlash against
> > Microsoft, no more and no less."
> > (Ken Thompson, 99)