myk at mozilla.org
Tue Jul 26 02:08:27 UTC 2005
Marcia Knous wrote:
> Max: First, the min order for a polo is much more than 21 shirts.
> Since the Mozilla store would have to take on this initial order and
> it would be sold on the store site, there would have to be a lot more
> interest in a polo before we would take that step.
Speaking only for myself, I'm looking forward to the t-shirts, since I
don't wear polos.
> As far as the tag line, not sure if we could use "Got Bugs?" because
> of the whole "Got Milk?" campaign.
Got *, where * is something an organization is advertising, is commonly
used these days, and there's no indication that the Got Milk campaign
has had any problem with it. We shouldn't worry about such things
> The other option is to just do the shirt without any tag line and
> simply use the text "Bugzilla."
To me it makes sense to use the tagline preferred by the community of
Bugzilla users and developers. After all, Bugzilla t-shirt users are
advertising a connection to that community, and the t-shirt should
reflect the community spirit.
Personally, I like "Zarro Boogs", but the community (via a bunch of
posts to the Bugzilla developers mailing list) seems to be leaning
pretty heavily in favor of "Got Bugs", so let's go with that (provided
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