[pytest-dev] pytest crowdfunding: t-shirt/sticker designs?

Vasily Kuznetsov kvas.it at gmail.com
Wed Jun 1 07:36:47 EDT 2016


Hi Florian,

I'm not a professional designer but I have designed and printed a few
t-shirts and stickers. Perhaps I can help. What is the timeline for this,
can we discuss it in more during the sprint (I'm coming) or is it kind of
urgent?

Cheers,
Vasily

On Wed, Jun 1, 2016 at 10:31 AM Florian Bruhin <me at the-compiler.org> wrote:

> Hi again ;)
>
> For the pytest crowdfunding[1], we also agreed to send out stickers
> and t-shirts to the backers.
>
> Since I'll order shirts and stickers for my own crowdfunding[2] soon,
> I was asked if I could take care of doing the same for pytest :D
>
> However, I'm not too much of a design guy - so would anyone be willing
> to do a design for stickers and shirts?
>
> I can just take the pytest logo and print that, but at least for the
> shirt something more creative might be nice - for example,
> Brianna Laugher came up with the nice "asserts before reverts".
>
> Anyone?
>
> Florian
>
> [1] http://igg.me/at/pytest-sprint
> [2] http://igg.me/at/qutebrowser
>
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