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The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of Linux, today announced the winning design in its Linux.com Store T-shirt Design Contest, "The People's Product." The design won by a large margin with 57 percent (4,501) of all votes cast, with the other five finalists sharing 43 percent of the vote among them.
Two months ago we invited the community to create its own unique designs to appear on Linux.com Store merchandise [...] we’ve received more than 100 submissions and today, after some grueling decision-making, we are announcing the T-shirt design contest finalists!
We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2011 Tux Paint Summer Contest. We thank all the participants for thier entries. We must admit, judging was extremely difficult so we decided to add an additional 10 winners who will each get a Tux Paint t-shirt.
Wine-Reviews and Bordeaux T-shirts now available at freewear.org Well, first, our T-shirts are free as in speech but not as in beer, I mean, you can wear them orwards, backwards and sideways, and we will not sue you for sharing them with your friends. We think different, and give preference to quality over amount of colours.
As anyone who’s spent much time around the Mozilla community knows, t-shirts are an incredibly important part of our culture. So, when Mary showed me a stack of classic shirts she’d collected from Mitchell, chofmann, Myk and others, I thought it would be fun to document all the Mozilla t-shirts throughout the years (with a few Netscape ones thrown in for historical context).
I often find it necessary to express my inner geek side through my t-shirts. Be it in the form of my views about politics, computers, nature or just confusing tees that most people don’t know what they mean. So today I will share with you 10 of my favorite geeky linux inspired t-shirts that I own.
Binary Freedom is been financing it self with donations from a couple of members, we have big plans in front of us. If you will like to wear a cool t-shirt and help us in our future campaigns please consider buying a t-shirt or suggesting a new design that you will be willing to show your support with.
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After many years of hard work, the old FSF order form has been retired and replaced with a brand new web store, based on code from the Satchmo project. You can now show your support for freedom in software and computing by buying some cool t-shirts, books, stickers, reference cards and other FSF/GNU gear.
The world biggest Open Source contest, the Le Trophees Du Libre 2007, with over 60,000 Euro in prizes named the winners for each of the categories. The goal of the contest, which is sponsored by the Free SOftware Foundation, Cetril, the EU, IBM and numerous other sponsors, is to promote promising Free Open Source Software.