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CafePress has always been pretty good for this kind of thing, all you really
have to do is upload the artwork and finish setting this up.

In my opinion I think that we should really leave it up to the individual
marketing teams to do this for their area.  It would be easier to manage and
then the items sold could be better customized to their market.

James Walker

On Thu, Dec 2, 2010 at 2:43 AM, Volker Merschmann <>wrote:


2010/12/2 Michael Wheatland <>:
On Thu, Dec 2, 2010 at 7:20 AM, Marc Paré <> wrote:
Le 2010-12-01 14:06, Danishka Navin a écrit :
As we need funds we could start a DTF/LibreOffice store, that people
can by
Libreoffice Tshirts, Caps, etc.

IMO, yes, we should make a page for the LO store. We should maybe just
consider it for the Drupal site for now. People would not expect if to
appear right away at the first appearance of the LibreOffice suite. We
also need to work on what we really would like to market and what is
written on the items.

Drupal has one of the most powerful open source shopping systems
around: Ubercart:

It would not be that difficult to set up.

The shop-system is the smallest part of work. In case we are setting
it up by ourselves, someone must manage the shop, purchase, shipping
This can't be done by a sole project member.

I would recommend to jump on a existing configurable system like
shirtcity or similar.



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