Since launching the Linux.com Store in March, we’ve welcomed a lot of new visitors and members to the Linux.com community and have gotten some great feedback about the merchandise. One of my favorites:
Now that everyone has had a chance to check out the goodies in the Store, the Linux.com community is *dying* to see how these threads are looking out “in the wild.”
We’re inviting you to share pictures of you and/or your friends and family wearing Linux.com Store shirts, hats, stickers (that is, stickers worn by your computer, whatever the name you give it, family, friend, whatever) and we’ll consider publishing the best photos we receive.
You can share them two ways. Our talented Web Architect Dan Lopez recently blogged about new Linux.com features, which include the addition of photo sharing from your Linux.com account. You can upload them there and/or send them directly to me at
Maybe you could win something. We love to give away prizes around here.
Also, please get your last-minute votes in for your favorite Linux.com T-shirt design by midnight this Sunday. Currently, “The People’s Product” has a strong lead with “The Colors of Linux” and “There’s No Place Like Home” in second and third position respectively.
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