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Interviewing Todd Lewis, Chair at All Things Open
We’ve asked a few questions about All Things Open to Todd Lewis
Interviewing Henry Zhu, Project Maintainer at Babel
We’ve asked a few questions about Babel JS to the Project Maintainer Henry Zhu.
Interviewing Blaine Bublitz, Project Lead at Gulp JS
We’ve asked a few questions about Gulp JS to the Project Lead Blaine Bublitz.
Our signed stickers initiative is here!
Interviewing Sean Larkin, Open Source Maintainer at webpack
We’ve asked a few questions on webpack, the JS Foundation and wasm to webpack's Open Source Maintainer, Evangelist and Developer Advocate Sean Larkin.
Interviewing John DeRosa, volunteer Marketing Working Group member at PSF
We’ve asked a few questions about Python and the Python Software Foundation directly to an insider, John DeRosa
Interviewing Thomas Pfeiffer, member of the Board of Directors of KDE e.V.
The KDE Community is an international technology team dedicated to creating a free and user-friendly computing experience. We asked Thomas Pfeiffer (member of the Board of Directors of KDE e.V.) some questions about the KDE Community ongoing projects and future plans.
4 Comics Every Linux User Must Follow
Here are 4 geeky comics that Linux users will find funny and interesting.
Everyone is covering their webcams and you should, too!
In this age of networking and hacking, everyone is covering their webcams. Find out why.
Interview with Let's Encrypt Director of Communications Sarah Gran
We asked the Director of Communications Sarah Gran a few questions about Let's Encrypt success and future plans.
Linux Mint 18.1 Released. Check Out Features And Upgrade Procedure
Linux Mint 18.1 has been released in Cinnamon and MATE flavors. Check out the new features and see how to upgrade to Linux Mint 18.1.
Best Linux distributions for hacking and penetration testing
Want to do some hacking or penetration testing? These Linux distributions can help you with that.
Interview with Solus' founder Ikey Doherty
The founder of Solus Ikey Doherty tells us more about how the project started and how it will continue to grow.
September donation goes to the Italian Red Cross
A terrible 6-magnitude earthquake shooked the Central of Italy in the early hours of August 24, 2016, causing hundreds of deaths and entire villages erased. We want to give our little contribution to the Italian Red Cross, that has done and is doing an outstanding job in the areas interested by the quake by helping people from the first hours of this tragic event.
Unixstickers announces partnership with Sticker Mule
We are thrilled to announce that Sticker Mule, the Internet’s favorite custom sticker printer, is now our exclusive sticker vendor. After working together for over a year, the partnership brings our passion for open source, great customer service and the best quality products closer together.
Linux Mint 18 has been released!
Linux Mint team has just announced its latest release, version 18 code-named Sarah. Based on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, Linux Mint 18 will be supported till 2021. A new version always brings changes. But Linux Mint 18 has quite some new features, both in graphical as well performance area.
Ubuntu stickers are finally here
As you already know (we made sure that everyone who stumbles on our website notices this) we've recently closed one of the most important partnership in our history: thanks to a special agreement with Canonical we are finally offering Ubuntu stickers at Unixstickers!
April’s donation campaign ended with a roar!
We couldn’t be happier about our April’s Project of the Month campaign results: we raised almost $1300 for the GNOME Foundation (plus $786 for other projects)! As you may already know, the GNOME Foundation promotes the goals of the GNOME Project, thus helping to create an efficient and highly usable free desktop environment software, among other projects.
The Django project is March choice for our donation program
We are very happy to announce that The Django Foundation is the current month beneficiary for our donation program! Django is one of the most revolutionary and accessible open source projects out there and it boasts a truly vibrant and active community around it. You can read more about our support of Django here: Thank you again to the Django community for the very nice blog post and the precious support, also a big thank you to all our customers for making our donation program more effective each day.
New $HOME for Bash Stickers
This is a guest post by Justin Dorfman. He heads Developer Relations and Open Source outreach at MaxCDN. This year (May 19th 2016) he will be speaking at OSCON in Austin. More info on that below. In late September of 2015 I was looking at the back of my laptop and was irritated. Call it a “first world problem” but I was missing an official sticker that could not be found anywhere in the world because it didn’t exist. The sticker in question was GNU Bash (Bourne Again Shell) and I was determined to make a sticker.
February's choice - The Free Software Foundation
We are proud to announce that the first organization to benefit from Unixstickers’ new donation system will be The Free Software Foundation, the very same Foundation that is home to some of the most important initiatives when it comes to promoting Free Software. What is more, the Free Software foundation is not only the organization globally representing free software but, through the years, it has contributed to creating a set of softwares and licensees that have been (and still are) of key importance for the spreading of the movement and its development.
Starting today, we'll donate a significant part of our sales to Free and Open Source Software
The decision we're making today is the most important since 3 years, when Unixstickers got started. Being developers and fans of open source and free software is what motivated us to start this adventure in the first place, and we would have never got this far without passion. We also recognize that our job, our business, and that of most of you would never exist without the existence of those very projects, foundations, organizations and individuals that make open source and free software possible. This is why, after months of evaluation, we're finally taking a stand to support this community.
Fedora stickers are finally here!
We’re on the other side of the fence after a big leap we and we couldn’t be happier: we can proudly say Fedora is now on Unixstickers! What a ride has it been. When our customers make suggestions or requests we always try our best to satisfy them and in this particular case we wanted this to happen more than ever. Indeed, Fedora was one of the most frequently requested stickers (both on our Public Roadmap and even before that via e-mail) and we tried a few times to make it work.
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