I just want to add to Dre's announcement that in order to minimize waste
we are basing t-shirt quantities on the number of participants who are
registered on the day t-shirt design voting closes. That date is still
TBD, but it would have to be sometime in mid-January to provide enough
turnaround time for production. We will likely pad our estimate a
little, but not too much.
We will do our best to make sure everyone gets a shirt. However, if
you're not registered by the time we have all decided on a t-shirt
design, we can't guarantee you a shirt.
Shaun, on behalf of the C4L 2013 tee shirt committee
On 12/21/12 10:03 AM, Andreas Orphanides wrote:
> Hey all,
> I know that the only thing on many people's minds today is probably when
> the heck the day ends so they can enjoy a long weekend, but I wanted to
> send out a reminder -- get your Code4Lib tee shirt submissions in before
> 2012 is but a memory! Here's the link:
> Code4Lib 2013 T-Shirt Design
> The basics:
> - One submission per person, please. (But you don't need to be attending
> to submit a design!)
> - T-shirt designs should be 1-sided, single color designs suitable for
> - You should have a print-ready version of your design available when
> you submit it.
> - If you'd like, you can add a line or two of explanatory text to your
> submission to explain your concept, indicate color specifications, etc.
> - All proposals posted to the above wiki page while the calendar year is
> still 2012 will be considered.
> I'll send out another reminder after the entirely non-denominational equal
> opportunity festive winter event season reaches its entr'acte.
> -Dre, on behalf of the C4L 2013 tee shirt committee
Shaun D. Ellis
Digital Library Interface Developer
Firestone Library, Princeton University
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