ghendricks at novell.com
Mon Jul 25 23:29:20 UTC 2005
> > They let you create any combination of shirts and
other apparel (as
> > well as other nifty things like mouse pads) and take care of all of
> > orders as well (made to order so it doesn't matter if there is an
> > for 2 shirts or 200). Also you can have all the tag lines you want
> > well as a variety of colors.
> Last I checked, cafepress had fairly draconian 'we own your soul'
> policies about artwork and such that you uploaded. Fine if you're
> uploading a personal scribble, but might be problematic for b.m.o
Actually, according to the policies explained on their site, they own
nothing of your work
(See http://www.cafepress.com/cp/info/sell/images/images_security and
They make their money on the base price of the item you are selling.
You make money on the markup. The only reason I point it out is this way
we don't have to worry about ardering 100 shirts and then only having 5
sell leaving someone holding the bag as far as expenses go. Of course it
would't hurt to do both ways I suppose. Have an "Official shirt" that
you give out for bug fixes and submissions etc and then have the
cafepress store for the other variations on the tagline, color, etc that
you want with no obligation to have a minimum order.
Novell IS&T Engineer
GHendricks at novell.com
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