Mozilla T-Shirt Available for Preorder at Mozilla Store

Saturday November 15th, 2003

The Mozilla Store is now taking preorders for the new Mozilla T-Shirt. This 100% cotton white shirt features the red Mozilla tyrannosaurus rex head on the front and left sleeve, with black '' text on the back. Available in small, medium, large, x-large and xx-large sizes, costing from US$12.95 to US$15.95, the product will ship in the first week of December.

#1 A Coffee Mug is what I really want

by TonyG

Saturday November 15th, 2003 12:51 PM


#2 Hasn't the black text gone now?

by rkl

Saturday November 15th, 2003 4:10 PM

Hasn't the black text gone now from the official site after its recent redesign? Actually, that was one of the biggest surprises to me when the new site launched, but I guess it makes sense (the site's home page should be advertising Mozilla products and not its own Web address :-) ).

#3 Bad HTML?

by pepejeria

Saturday November 15th, 2003 4:32 PM

How about aligning the amout button with the "Add to shopping cart" button? It looks bad in Mozilla. Also, some space between them wouldnt do any harm

#4 Re: Bad HTML?

by pepejeria

Saturday November 15th, 2003 4:34 PM

Kind of funny, the button looks fine in IE and Opera, but not in Mozilla... Did the developer not test it with Mozilla?

#5 What about the brand/quality of that t-shirt?

by bugs4hj

Saturday November 15th, 2003 5:02 PM

I wonder about the brand that this T-Shirt is made of and the quality of the printing on that shirt. What will the price be for international orders? Just look at this:

" - UPS Worldwide Expedited$63.95 ($3.95 plus $60.00 S&H) Includes $1 check fee" " - UPS Worldwide Expedited$74.95 ($14.95 plus $60.00 S&H) Includes $1 check fee"

$60 for Shipping and Handling, hilariously expensive, isn't it?

#6 The international issue

by algarcia

Saturday November 15th, 2003 7:58 PM

About the international issue:

If Mozilla Fondation don't give resources for international (non-english) users and contributors, as mailing lists for end users and MLP contributors groups, domains, localized versions of site... is really the Mozilla project a international project? Is there any international (non-english) marketing plans for the future?

#7 Re: very superficial

by galio

Saturday November 15th, 2003 9:29 PM

I think the same... All the marketing efforts seem to be U.S.-oriented only... I know that it is difficult to establish an international website and international services when the end-user oriented website has just launched and most users are American or at least speak English, the marketing proyects has started a few months ago, and that (thanks God!) isn't a huge and evil company like M$, but perhaps focusing a little more in other languages that English would be better. Not only with the shop, which is supposed to be international but if you order the Moz T-Shirt from another country than the U.S., it adds $60 of shipping and handling to the $15 it costs there (That isn't too much "international" :-P), but for example the main website, that is only in English...

#8 Re: Re: very superficial

by pplwong

Saturday November 15th, 2003 10:27 PM

I agree. I know that the zh-tw localisation team has totaly translated the Mozilla's home page and host it here:

I'm sure more people are willing to translate the website into diff languages if host those "native-lang projects"

#12 Re: The international issue

by MTO

Sunday November 16th, 2003 12:10 PM

The Mozilla Firebird page is available in many languages. I hope the site follows the same road.

#9 Does it work?

by pepper

Sunday November 16th, 2003 12:52 AM

I tried to order but get the message: "We do not sell item "Mozilla T-Rex T-shirt (White)" with that particular combination of options. Please select a different combination of options."

I selected large. Should I just wait until it is available?

#11 Re: Does it work?

by infinite1

Sunday November 16th, 2003 10:24 AM

I have the same experience! Well its sad that people who try to come and contribute are thwarted by such bugs.

#18 Reply

by Racer

Monday November 17th, 2003 10:26 AM

Time to file a bug :)

#21 Does it work?

by pepper

Monday November 17th, 2003 1:54 PM

Well the page works now. So soon I will be wearing my new and shining Mozilla t-shirt. Of course my Internet Explorer using coworkers will smite me...

#10 Question

by sharingan

Sunday November 16th, 2003 8:44 AM

Do they have any plans to release different colored or designed t-shirts?

#13 Zoom?

by sime

Sunday November 16th, 2003 1:54 PM

Is it just me or you cant zoom in on the shirt?

#20 Re: Zoom?

by sharingan

Monday November 17th, 2003 12:04 PM

I can't either, I don't think they have that feature yet.

#14 Fatties love mozilla too


Sunday November 16th, 2003 4:41 PM

XXXL please.

#15 Mozilla DiVinci

by volkris

Sunday November 16th, 2003 7:25 PM

Does anyone remember the old Netscape shirt featuring the lizzard in the post of DaVinci's vitruvian man? You know, the one with the naked man holding his arms and legs spread in a circle (a rather harsh discription)?

This was my favorite shirt of all time, and if were to reprint them I would almost certainly buy one.

#16 sweatshirts?

by flacco

Sunday November 16th, 2003 11:03 PM

hey peoples, it's mid-november here in new england. any sweatshirts available?

#19 Mid November

by gonzotek

Monday November 17th, 2003 11:17 AM

It's mid-november everywhere, unless a person happens to not be following the Gergorian or similar calendar in their part of the world.

#17 I want it black!

by Bibbl

Monday November 17th, 2003 12:14 AM

I don't have any white clothes and I will not change this ;)

#22 black mozilla shirts available

by clubantietam

Tuesday January 6th, 2004 2:51 PM

I saw your post and now FYI there are black mozilla shirts available at