[owncloud-devel] badges

Carlos Montero-Luque cml at owncloud.com
Mon Aug 10 15:25:25 GMT 2015

let’s make sure they are expensive tattoos. Cheap ones have heavy metal in the ink and then my head will explode in my next MRI, which would be spectacular but a bit messy…

On the other hand, lanyards are nice too ;-)

C. Montero Luque
Vice President of Engineering
cml at owncloud.com

> On Aug 10, 2015, at 12:11 PM, Jos Poortvliet <jospoortvliet at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Monday 10 August 2015 11:39:23 Jos Poortvliet wrote:
>> Heya,
>> Here's an opportunity to give your opinion on a bikeshed - don't let it
>> pass!
>> Last year we used stickers you could write on yourself as badges. Some ppl
>> think we should have 'something better' which will boil down to the usual
>> lanyard & plastic badge.
>> Is that indeed an improvement or do you prefer the stickers?
>> Practically, the latter are of course simpler and cheaper but it isn't a
>> huge deal, I can order lanyards and badges just fine, and  print names on
>> paper & give pens to those who didn't register in time to write their
>> own...
> On IRC, Arthur proposed tatoos. They will have to be on your foreheads, I
> suppose, or cheeks, otherwise, you might cover it with clothes. I'm looking
> for a cheap tattoo artist but I'm afraid it'll create lines at check in for
> the conf.
>> Thoughts?
>> /J
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