Keep track of exhibition materials (flyers, T-shirts, stickers, banners etc.)
After CeBIT 2016 we ended up with various materials scattered around different people in the community. Not a big problem but we should keep track so that we don't end up re-ordering anything that already exists.
I will work on this page: https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/BoothMaterialUpdates to add:
- I have T-shirts, scarves and stickers
- Christian Lohmeier has more T-shirts
- Walter Pape has flyers
#1 Updated by Mike Saunders about 2 years ago
- Status changed from New to In Progress
Pinged a bunch of people and will update wiki page according to responses.
#3 Updated by Mike Saunders about 2 years ago
Added my materials: https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/BoothMaterial
Waiting for details from others.
#4 Updated by Mike Saunders about 2 years ago
https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/BoothMaterial is all up-to-date now; will keep monitoring it and updating after events
#5 Updated by Florian Effenberger over 1 year ago
Can you run a round of updates ahead of LinuxDay Dornbirn on November 26? I think Cloph, Eike and the Papes do have some stuff. I need some for Dornbirn, so it would be fantastic to know what we have available :-)
#6 Updated by Mike Saunders over 1 year ago
Yes, I mailed a few people after Brno asking for updates to https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/BoothMaterial -- I'll do the same now, to find out who has the roll-up banner...
#7 Updated by Mike Saunders over 1 year ago
This is becoming very difficult with lots of materials scattered across Europe, and bits of the wiki page being out-of-date.
I suggest that I keep most materials in Munich, as a central "warehouse", as I have sufficient space. Whenever anyone needs something, they contact me and I ship it; this will make it much easier to track what we have (and then what we need).
#8 Updated by Florian Effenberger over 1 year ago
- Related to Task #2168: trade show material tool added