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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.<br>
As far as the tag line, not sure if we could use "Got Bugs?" because of
the whole "Got Milk?" campaign. The other option is to just do the
shirt without any tag line and simply use the text "Bugzilla."<br>
Someone mentioned something about Cafe Press, but remember that mozilla
has been given rights to use the buggie image from the creator.<br>
Max Kanat-Alexander wrote:
<pre wrap="">On Fri, 2005-07-22 at 17:43 -0700, Marcia Knous wrote:
<pre wrap="">I am suggesting that we go with "Bugzilla: We take bugs seriously."
Honestly, I wouldn't be too interested in that tag line. (As in, I
probably wouldn't buy the shirt myself.)
Also, at least on the list, we had considerably more interest in a polo
than in a T-shirt -- I know that I myself probably wouldn't buy the
T-Shirt, but I'd more likely buy the polo. We had at least 21
commitments to buy a polo if one was offered, I believe, in the other
thread, although I'm not sure that's enough to seed an order.