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Re: [vox-outreach] CheapBytes discounts!

Volunteers burning handout cds:
- very cheap: free to 15c per disk
- difficult to control quantity and quality
- receiver wonders, "can I trust this poorly penned magic marker cd not to give my computer a virus or screw it up another way"

Professional burning of handout cds:
- excellent quality, printed labels included
- receiver more comfortable testing the cd
- relatively expensive: 4x the cost of volunteer burning

Summary: Professional burning is expensive but perhaps worth the cost if the cd actually gets used. Can LUGOD afford it?

Perhaps the best option is to put printed labels on volunteer burned disks. This will take extra effort. Currently I do not have the means to do it myself, but I am happy to burn disks.


Bill Kendrick wrote:
I heard back from CheapBytes!

We can get discs (with screens and sleeves) for 0.59c each (at 500qty)!

I haven't asked if we can mix-n-match discs (e.g., if they can give us
300 Knoppix and 200 GNUWin or TheOpenCD, or some combo), but I will right now

Now, I'll need to ask Henry if he's okay with us spending ~$300 on discs.
(I also need to see if Mike has spoken with GTC folks over the phone,
like he's supposed to today :^) )

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