From: John P. Looney (valen at domain tuatha.org)
Date: Thu 27 Jun 2002 - 10:00:30 IST
On Wed, Jun 26, 2002 at 04:47:11PM +0100, Ciaran Mac Lochlainn mentioned:
> I dunno, last year I did a business ownership course and we were told
> that two of the main categories for grants were exporters and import
> substitution. Seems to me that printing ThinkGeek t-shirts in Ireland
> which would have to be imported otherwise is a clear example of import
> substitution. So would be an Irish Linux distro...
Not a bad idea.
Actually, a while back, we got a dose of ILUG tshirts, hats and fleeces
made up; nice black polo-style shirts, with a penguin, and a linux.ie logo
under the pengiun.
Very tasteful. We could do another run. And this time, aim to make a
slight profit for the diminishing ILUG coffers. Would people be interested ?
I just hope that I still can get the old logos...they cost 200 quid or
something to input, before a tshirt was worked on.
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