Joshua D. Drake escribió:
> Richard Broersma Jr wrote:
>> --- On Wed, 11/21/07, Stephen Frost <sfrost(at)snowman(dot)net> wrote:
>>> I've got a real desire for a PG polo. :) One which I could wear to
>>> work (business casual or whatever) would seriously rock.
>> That's what I like to do. The dress-code in the industry that I work
>> is to wear collared shirts. And having a PostgreSQL polo shirt to
>> wear certainly gives PostgreSQL a looks very professional "look" in
>> the work place. Wearing the shirt that I have at the work place and
>> at client facilities has started several conversations about what
>> PostgreSQL is and how it can be used.
>> I personally wouldn't even mind having a PG polo that has 3rd part
>> vendor logos on the sleeves if that would help make PG polo shirts
> O.k., o.k. :) I will look into costs.
Hmm, did this go anywhere? I still look for the shiny new Pg polos on
the mail every day, only to be disappointed.
Alvaro Herrera http://www.CommandPrompt.com/
The PostgreSQL Company - Command Prompt, Inc.
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