Rcpp11 t-shirt sightseeing

July 22, 2014

(This article was first published on R Enthusiast and R/C++ hero, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

While we wait for CRAN to process the release of Rcpp11 3.1.1, here are some news about the Rcpp11 t-shirt.

With more than 40 attendees, the Rcpp11 tutorial was a success. I managed to distribute almost all t-shirts I printed for the occasions. I only have a few S sized men t-shirts left, but all women/S and men/M have found an owner.

During the conference, I tried to take some pictures of people taking a stand and wearing the t-shirt … or just wearing the t-shirt.

I even found a ninja wearing the t-shirt as far as in LAX airport. I admire @xieyihui for wearing it where it is not likely to mean anything at all to anyone, although the picture only really shows the “keep calm” part …

Those are the pictures I have, out of the 40+ t-shirts that were distributed, so I’m suspecting some sort of underground market for these.

Then, the t-shirt was lucky enough to visit around.

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