I say “T” you say “Shirt”…

See that there? See that sterling example of 100% made-in-South-Africa-t-shirty-P2PU goodness? Isn’t it just lovely?

We think so.

This is just an example of the new batch of P2Pu t-shirts that came back from the printers today. We know it’s been a while, and we’re sorry that some of you have ah to wait to long to get your shirts, but we’re glad to be able to announce that anyone who is owed a shirt will be recieving them very soon.

We have 3 different shirts this time round:

Special pioneer ones for people who took part in the first ever P2PU Pilot courses back in 2009
Class of 2010 ones for people who completed a course this year can now consider themselves P2PU alumni
Barcelona-themed shirts for those members of the community who will be attending the P2PU meeting later this year.

If you think you’re owed a shirt, or we promised you one and you’re still waiting, just let us know in the comments section, and we’ll sort it out as quickly as we can.

About jessykate

Jessy is a technologist, hacker, designer of experimental institutions, and community builder.


  1. Michael

    I was in the pilot Poker class of 2009.

  2. rebeccakahn

    Thanks Michael – will message you to sort out the details. All hail the pioneers!

  3. Kate

    Can you give me some information on the Barcelona meeting? I’d like to attend

  4. Awesome! I was in the Digital Journalism class this summer, and I’d love a t-shirt.

  5. Martha

    Any chance there are any green ones? Last years ran out before the end of Open Ed.

  6. rebeccakahn

    @Kate: At the moment, the meeting is an invite-only meeting, as we’;; be working on a lot of governance and strategic planning issues that have come up over the last year. However, we are planning open events for the future, so keep your eyes on the blog for more info.

    @Gueorgui: You totally need a t-shirt. If you email me directly we can sort out the details.

    @Martha: We’ll make sure you get one too.

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