FreeBSD shirts

Don Witt witt at
Tue Jun 6 19:54:05 PDT 2006

The BDSMall has had numerous requests for clothing items with the New
FreeBSDR logo on them.  The FreeBSDR logo has been added to the standard
line of clothing and accessories.  We have selected the clothing items for
the quality of the garment and the embroidery work that is performed.  They
clothing items are perfect for technology or social events. We think that
you will find them great to give as gifts.  A portion of the proceeds will
be donated to the FreeBSDR Foundation. 

Please check out the clothing line at:

BSDMall Sales 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-freebsd-advocacy at 
> [mailto:owner-freebsd-advocacy at] On Behalf Of Dan Langille
> Sent: Monday, May 22, 2006 5:22 AM
> To: David Stanford
> Cc: freebsd-advocacy at
> Subject: Re: FreeBSD shirts
> On 22 May 2006 at 3:15, David Stanford wrote:
> > It's funny to see this post as I was just wondering the same thing 
> > yesterday...
> > 
> > You can buy a few (rare) items from, but 
> > nothing with the new logo. I'm actually kind of curious to know why 
> > the Project or the Foundation hasn't set up a CafePress 
> shop yet? It 
> > seems like a fairly trivial amount of work and I've noticed 
> that many 
> > Linux distributions appear to have set up shops to help project 
> > funding, as well as PC-BSD ( 
> I know 
> > I, and I assume others, wouldn't mind seeing a shop with 
> some apparel, 
> > stickers, or around-the-house items sporting Beastie and 
> even the new 
> > logo. And, of course, it would also produce another source 
> of funding for the Project.
> I suggest you email The FreeBSD Foundation volunteering to do 
> the leg work for them.
> --
> Dan Langille : Software Developer looking for work my resume: 
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