Now Serving Fresh Kernels: Linux.com Store Launches

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Mar 09, 2010 GMT
Rikki Kite

Linux.com is launching a new online store, which includes t-shirts, baby onesies, stickers, and coffee mugs. According to the announcement:

All revenue generated from the Linux.com Store will go directly towards Linux Foundation activities, events and strategic initiatives. The Linux Foundation uses funds from a variety of revenue streams to support the work of Linux creator Linus Torvalds and to sustain important services such as technical events; travel grants for open source community members; a vendor-neutral forum for projects such as MeeGo; and free training resources direct from the kernel community; among others.

I commend them for having an ear of corn on the "Fresh Kernels" design. It's not every day that you find a shirt that says both "farm fresh" and "geek".

Although there are many shirt designs available on the Linux.com site, there's only one t-shirt cut/style available right now. (But maybe with enough demand they'll add some other t-shirt styles to the mix.)

In addition to the t-shirt designs online now, the Linux Foundation is looking for new designs. If you have a clever design idea to throw into the mix, you can submit your idea to the design contest – the community votes, then you get fame and recognition.

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