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Thu Sep 26 20:50:55 GMT 2013
I'm also kind of split on this. Why not release a logo under GPL v2 / applicable license (I'm not a lawyer)? Let people use it as they wish. hell, throw it up on git. But on the opposite side of the coin, i do like the idea of being able to get a t-shirt from one centralized store / by one means. I own a few EFF shirts, but that's only because who i'm giving the 'profit' to is 100% transparent. It wouldn't be the same with an official crypto party t-shirt. (side note: isn't the very idea of an 'official crypto party tshirt' kind of ironic?)
On Sep 26, 2013, at 9:47 PM, Moritz <moritz at headstrong.de> wrote:
> On 09/26/2013 04:55 PM, Josh Scott wrote:
>> I was thinking about creating a CryptoParty t-shirt. But I don't want to profit off of it. If I do this I want to set it up so that 100% of the profits automatically go to the EFF or ACLU or another similar org.
> If you don't want to make money, why have profit generated in the first
> place? Why force people into "donating"?
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