Linux.com Launches Linux Online Store

by Developer.com Staff

T-shirts, hats, mugs, stickers and some baby onesies at the new Linux.com store designed to reflect open source geek culture.

p>The Linux Foundation announced today a new online store.

The product line is sparse. It includes about 20 t-shirt shirts, a couple of hats, six coffee cups, a sheet of stickers and three baby onesies.

According to the press release, "The merchandise available in the Linux.com Store is designed to reflect the unique and varied culture associated with Linux."

"Fork You," "Fsck," "Viva La Revolinux," and "Fresh Kernels" with an ear of corn are the main themes.

The designs are supposed to "invoke feelings of geek pride, freedom, fun, eccentricity, and originality."

The store is located at http://store.linux.com.

The Linux Foundation also announced a T-shirt Design Contest. The deadline for design submissions is April 11, 2010.

This article was originally published on Friday Mar 12th 2010
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