From: Dirk Eddelbuettel (email@example.com)
Date: Thu 27 May 2004 - 02:36:27 EST
On Wed, May 26, 2004 at 06:30:40PM +0200, Achim Zeileis wrote:
> As this useR! is over, I guess it's a bit too late for a useR! 2004
> In general, I would agree with you that it would be nice (and not only
> for fun) to have shirts (and coffee mugs and basecaps and ...) with R
> logos or maybe useR! logos. This has been discussed now and then and if
> I recall it correctly the reason that nobody actually started doing it
> is that you would have to spend some time setting it up - and most
> people prefer writing R code instead of mailing R shirts around the
> world. Time was the main reason for me not do organize shirts for the
> useR! - there were so many other things to do and prepare.
> Another point which always kept me from thinking about something like
> this more seriously is the poor quality of the R logo.
> But John Fox mentioned in a discussion that instead of some R user
> doing the work, maybe there are T-shirt mailorders around which could do
> most of the work. So maybe I will have the time to look at this.
I visited such a site a few months back, but cannot recall the name or URL.
They had e.g. numerous Debian things. If the useR png image was made
available, they could do the commercialisation. With a bit of luck, we may
find a shop that would also donate back a percentage of the proceeds the
family^H^H^H^H^H^foundation. There is probably less merit in the purely
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