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Hello this is Nik Butler you may remember me from such public events as Linux World Expo and Lugradio 2006. Well as you know I had a few T Shirts provided by Canonical as part of the Ubuntu Conference Pack. I suggested that at least one T Shirt should be signed by every UK Team member who helped out at Linux World Expo as well as Canonical staff including SABDFL ( Mark Shuttleworth ) and auctioned to raise some money for [http://www.bbc.co.uk/pudsey/ Children In Need] = Introduction =
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Well the Tshirt has been signed by one and all mentioned and even the considered figure of Jon 'Maddog' Hall was on hand to put pen to cloth. So now we have a well signed shirt , currently somewhere in San Francisco, and I am expecting it back into the country on the 20th. Hello this is NikButler. You may remember me from such public events as Linux World Expo and Lugradio 2006. I had a few T Shirts provided by Canonical as part of the Ubuntu Conference Pack. I suggested that at least one T-shirt should be signed by every UK Team member who helped out at Linux World Expo as well as Canonical staff including SABDFL (MarkShuttleworth) and auctioned to raise some money for [http://www.bbc.co.uk/pudsey/ Children In Need].
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What I would like to suggest is that you place your Bid Entries on this page. The Winning bid will be the highest bid as of Friday 24th November at 13:00 PM UK Time. Please can I ask though that we refrain from Penny Bids and try bid up by at least £2.00 ( Sterling, British pounds ! ) per bid. There are so many ways I could have done this but frankly I just wanted to make it straight forward and direct to provide a little fund raiser at short notice and Wikis are wonderful for this. Well the T-shirt has been signed by one and all mentioned and even the considered figure of [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maddog Jon 'Maddog' Hall] was on hand to put pen to cloth. So now we have a well signed shirt, currently somewhere in San Francisco, and I am expecting it back into the country on the 20th.
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The winning bid will be asked to make out a cheque to [http://www.bbc.co.uk/pudsey/ Children In Need] and to send this to me for banking , in turn I will send them the Tshirt covered in signatures as discussed. If you're interested in becoming the proud owner of this t-shirt, place your bids on this page. The t-shirt will go to the highest bidder at Friday 24th November 2006 at 13:00 PM UTC. Please try to bid up by at least £2.00 (Pounds Sterling) per bid.
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Unfortunately I do not own any images of the Signed Shirt so if someone can locate them then please post here. The winning bid will be asked to make out a cheque to [http://www.bbc.co.uk/pudsey/ Children In Need] and to send this to me for banking, in turn I will send them the Tshirt covered in signatures as discussed.
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So lets begin Unfortunately I do not own any images of the Signed Shirt so if someone can locate them then please post here.
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= Bids =
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= For the Future =
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Next year I would like to arrange a sponsored BugFix or something similar which we can use to create great software and make peoples' bounties have a doubly positive contribution.
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Next year, and hopefully this is enough notice I would like to arrange a sponsored BugFix or something similar which we can use to create great software and make peoples bounties have a double positive contribution.

Introduction

Hello this is NikButler. You may remember me from such public events as Linux World Expo and Lugradio 2006. I had a few T Shirts provided by Canonical as part of the Ubuntu Conference Pack. I suggested that at least one T-shirt should be signed by every UK Team member who helped out at Linux World Expo as well as Canonical staff including SABDFL (MarkShuttleworth) and auctioned to raise some money for [http://www.bbc.co.uk/pudsey/ Children In Need].

Well the T-shirt has been signed by one and all mentioned and even the considered figure of [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maddog Jon 'Maddog' Hall] was on hand to put pen to cloth. So now we have a well signed shirt, currently somewhere in San Francisco, and I am expecting it back into the country on the 20th.

If you're interested in becoming the proud owner of this t-shirt, place your bids on this page. The t-shirt will go to the highest bidder at Friday 24th November 2006 at 13:00 PM UTC. Please try to bid up by at least £2.00 (Pounds Sterling) per bid.

The winning bid will be asked to make out a cheque to [http://www.bbc.co.uk/pudsey/ Children In Need] and to send this to me for banking, in turn I will send them the Tshirt covered in signatures as discussed.

Unfortunately I do not own any images of the Signed Shirt so if someone can locate them then please post here.

Bids

Name of Bidder

Contact Email or Launchpad Entry

Amount offered

Mark Johnson

portseven@gmail.com

£50.00

AlanPope

alan@popey.com

£30.00

DeanSas

dean@deansas.org

£25.00

Paul Mellors

paul@paulmellors.net

£20.00

Nik Butler

NikButler

£18.00

For the Future

Next year I would like to arrange a sponsored BugFix or something similar which we can use to create great software and make peoples' bounties have a doubly positive contribution.


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