[Ambassadors] Fedora T-shirts

Jon Fautley jfautley at redhat.com
Tue Oct 24 12:21:32 UTC 2006

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Pawel Sadowski wrote:
> Hi,
> I have received a package with 200 Fedora T-shirts and I would like to
> show them to you :) They are just beautiful -- just look at the attached
> photos :) Cooperation with local companies is a great idea, really
> better and cheaper way of delivering the schwag than sending it from the
> USA. Here you have the evidence :) Hah, I am proud I can promote Fedora
> by giving them away. Now I only have to wait until some conference :)
> http://republika.pl/mcgiwer/images/tshirts1.jpg
> http://republika.pl/mcgiwer/images/tshirts2.jpg
> http://republika.pl/mcgiwer/images/tshirts3.jpg
> http://republika.pl/mcgiwer/images/tshirts4.jpg

They're very cool! One little niggle though, I notice the URL on the
back is "http://www.redhat.com.pl/" - not "http://fedoraproject.org/".

Looking at the redhat.com.pl site, it's a commercial site selling RHEL
subscriptions (an authorised distributor, even). Aren't we as
ambassadors supposed to make the distinction between Fedora and Red Hat
clear, rather than making people think they're the same?

The T-Shirts do look very cool though :)

Just my 2 pence/cents/whatever...

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