I no longer sell Debian Tshirts: the last stock is sold out since 2009-10. (Thanks Steve.) If you're looking for Debian Tshirts in The Netherlands, the-dude at IRC: OFTC/#debian-nl and #linux.nl might be able to help you.
Rest of this page kept for the benefit of historians.
FIXME: these are figures from 2002!
A shirt's weight is about 225 grams.
|1 =< # shirts < 3||€ 3,50|
|3 =< # shirts < 4||€ 5,50|
|4 =< # shirts < 8||€ 7,50|
|8 =< # shirts < 21||€ 16,00|
International banking is a major PITA, but I'm sure we can work our way around the cruft. The "Money Transfer" service by Western Union might work for you. However, costs of payment are only suitable for transfers of big sums of money :( I've heard someone say: "WU is a ripoff, too." You could try to get money on my regular bankaccount via "eurogiro": ING Bank / Postbank, Velperweg 45, 6824 BG Arnhem, The Netherlands, account number 6103796, J.E. van Baal, Eindhoven; account's IBAN number: NL 30 PSTB 000 6103796; my bank's Swift address: PSTBNL21, ING Bank Amsterdam, Financial Plaza, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. (I've heard reports that this should cause no extra cost if you live in the EU; from the rest of the world it very likely costs something like € 7,50 ...) In any case, please contact me before sending money.
If you want to buy a Debian tshirt from some other place, you might be able to find one at
or maybe even at unamerican.com, tshirthell.com or jinxhackwear.com. Furhermore, very likely you can buy one at any of the upcoming events listed at http://www.debian.org/events/. Finally, you could get them printed yourself.
At 2008-10-17, I started selling Debian Tshirts (again). The shirts are produced by Debian UK, see Steve's website for the designs. Stock was:
S M L XL XXL price Polo black 1 2 1 4 € 15,- Fair Trade "hippie" 4 1 5 € 15,- Swirl (Classic, men, on black) 2 2 1 1 6 € 10,- Swirl (Classic, men, on red) 1 3 3 1 8 € 10,- Grolsch "When It's Ready" 1 3 2 1 7 € 15,- --------------- 2 9 13 5 1 30
They were sold out 2009-10, at the T-DOSE conference.
At 2007-08-16, I started selling Debian Tshirts (again). See the announcement (in Dutch). The shirts were produced by Debian UK, see Steve's website for the designs. I was selling the shirts for € 10,- each, ex shipping. I've ordered 60 shirts. They were sold out 2008-02-23.
If you feel like printing these shirts yourself, you might be interested in using my "films". These tranparent plastic slides are used by Tshirt printers. I payed about € 160,- for the films. Drop me a note if you're interested in borrowing the films from me; I'll be glad to sent them to you by snail mail if you give me some deposit.
I got my shirts printed at Hannibal Producties in Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
The fourth edition got started at 2007-08-16. See the announcement (in Dutch). The shirts were produced by Debian UK, see Steve's website for the designs. I was selling the shirts for € 10,- each, ex shipping. I've ordered 60 shirts. They were sold out 2008-02-23.
The third edition of my shirts was 125 black shirts; sizes S, M, L, XL, printed on friday, March 15, 2002. (They're all sold out, since September 2002). Total cost was about € 1090,- ; sponsor was ADCOM Computeropleidingen. Furthermore Pieter Barrezeele helped me a great deal by gathering a lot of Tshirt buyers. Tnx Pieter! I sold the shirts (Screenstars / Fruit of the Loom, "value weight") for € 10,-, ex shipping.
The shirts had a two-color print on the front and a two-color print on the back, just like the second edition.
The second edition (50 shirts, November 2001) was sponsored by ADCOM Computeropleidingen. I payed € 11 for each shirt (the actual printing and the shirt itself, ex cost for film.) I sold the shirts for about € 12,-.
The first edition (50 shirts, single-colored front print, two-colored back print, January 2001) was sponsored by Kuperus en Partners.
More information on printing shirts for Debian is on the Material and merchandising for Debian events webpage.$Id: index.html 1713 2009-10-21 14:59:24Z joostvb $