In: , ,
On: 2012 / 11 / 30
Shorter URL for this post:

I said the other day that I wanted Git t-shirts, because when I like something, I want t-shirts of it. I couldn't find any. So I made some: Git t-shirts

The Git logo by Jason Long has a very permissive license (CC BY) that allows practically anything as long as the author's name is mentionned. And to be extra sure, I also asked him and he confirmed :)

I've ordered numerous shirts from Redbubble and I really like them: tshirt quality and lastability (?) are excellent, there are plenty of awesome designs to chose from, and it's dead easy to upload your own. Ditto.

I've set the Redbubble commission to a low percentage to keep the t-shirt as affordable as possible (I don't give a flying damn about making dollars of money from this, I primarily made that for myself). What are you waiting for? I'm sure a Git t-shirt would look nifty on your Christmas wish-list! :)

Shorter URL

Want to share or tweet this post? Please use this short URL:


This entry "Got Git Tshirts?" was posted on 30/11/2012 at 10:08 pm and is tagged with , ,
Watch this discussion : Comments RSS 2.0.

No Comment yet

Leave a Reply

XHTML: You can use these tags: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>
Gravatars: Curious about the little images next to each commenter's name ? Go to Gravatar and sign for a free account
Spam: Various spam plugins may be activated. I'll put pins in a Voodoo doll if you spam me.

Read more ?