SDN: T-Shirts & More
UPDATED: Food for Points
If you are a Weblogger or Contributor did you know that you are eligble for a T-Shirt? I mean some of you may say “Wow a t-shirt, big deal” well to be honest isn’t it though?
Take a look at these people they seem quite happy to have one! By the way if you have pictures of SDNers with an SDN Contributor t-shirt, please post them on Flickr and give it the tag: sdntopcontributorstshirts.
For the SDN Member shirts the x stands for your point total. The shirts start with:
- 1/4K = 256 Points
- 1/2K = 512 Points
- 1K = 1024 Points
- 2K = 2048 Points
- 5K = 5000 Points
Now this means two things, one if you are a Weblogger (approved and have published at least one Weblog then you can get one of those shirts and second if you have more than 250 points then you are eligble for one of the SDN Member t-shirts listed above.
Now there has been quite a bit of confusion about how to get your t-shirts, so I am here to tell how we’ve attempted to simplify the process. Keep in mind we are working on this process so your input is greatly appreciated!
Update:: In your SDN Business Card there is a field for address, now you must fill in this field, you DO NOT need to make it visible unless you want to, simply fill it in. Then a bit further down is a field for Additional Info, what we ask is that in this field you put T-Shirt: [size] just change the [size] to XL,L,M or S. Then each week when we update the “Crossign Over” section of the Contributor Corner Homepage we will email those on the list and ask that they ensure their mailing address and T-Shirt size is correct then we will send out the T-Shirts. This means if you do not update your Business Card and do not give us a T-Shirt size you will not get a T-Shirt.
Oh and before you ask, most SAP employees will not be able to alter their address field, in which case do not despair we will find your in-house mailing address and either bring you your shirt or mail it to you.
Now in order to implement the system we asking everyone to please have patience and give us some time, sending out T-Shrits to so many people has proven to be very challenging and we are doing our best.