First of all I hope you enjoyed the conference.
I apologize that we have disappointed you. I agree with you that we
should have provided also a lady model. More and more women are joining
the community and the conference management should have adjusted to this.
When that is said I will also remind that the more options (size, shape,
colour, ...) we offer, the more waste we will see. But that is something
that can be handled. My proposal for next year will be to add two extra
questions to the registration form: T-shirt size and preferred shape.
Den 23-09-2015 kl. 19:30 skrev Katarina Behrens:
I miss ladies model of this year's conference T-shirt.
It's leaps and bounds better for marketing and promoting the project when its
members and users wear merchandise they actually look good in. And I can
hardly go around and promote LibreOffice project in a T-shirt that doesn't fit
(men's cut, too loose around waist).
LibreOffice shop  got it right, it actually has greater choice of ladies T-
shirts (in comparison to guys' ) :)
Something to keep in mind for next year's con ... and something that was done
very profesionally on last year's con, one of the best tech conference T-shirt
I ever had.
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