Wear Your Linux Pride on Your Sleeve, Linux.com Launches New Store

by Ostatic Staff - Mar. 09, 2010

If you've been longing to wrap your baby, significant other, or even your coffee in Linux-y goodness, now you can -- while supporting a valuable FOSS community resource at the same time. Linux.com launched a new store filled with all kinds of geeky t-shirts, baby onesies, mugs, and other fun paraphernalia.

The Linux.com Store carries goodies bearing clever phrases only a geek would understand, ("Fresh Kernels," anyone?), cool Tux logos, and sticker sets to adorn your laptop. All profits go to furthering Linux Foundation activities, strategies and goals.

The Linux Foundation also announced a new t-shirt design contest. Submissions are due by April 11, 2010, and the top five will be available for community vote at Linux.com through June 6, 2010. The winning designer will have his or her shirt featured in the Linux.com store, and receive travel and admission to LinuxCon this summer.

Go forth and shop.