Get Your Linux Mint T-Shirts and Polo Shirts
Article by George Norman
On 29 Apr 2011
Clem Lefebvre, Lead Linux Mint Developer, has recently announced that Linux Mint and HELLOTUX, the Linux clothes specialist, have entered a partnership. As part of this partnership HELLOTUX will give Linux Mint a 5$ cut for each official Linux Mint T-Shirt and Pique Polo Shirt it sells. Must be mentioned here that the shirts are sold all over the world.

“Both shirts are of very good quality and feature a simple yet elegant design, with the Linux Mint logo embroidered on the front,” said Clem Lefebvre. To celebrate this partnership, a promo is going on until the 21st of May, 2011 at 23:59:59.

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The promotion goes like this: get 2 or more products and you can get a 5% discount if you use the J4KB2KVN8X promo code.

In Linux and T-shirt related news, you may want to know that the Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of Linux, is running a Linux T-Shirt Design Contest in honor of the 20th anniversary of Linux. The community is asked to come up with a T-shirt that represents Linux today or Linux’s impact on computing, business and/or culture for the past 20 years. All designs must be submitted by May 30th, 15:55PM P.T

The design that wins the competition will be used as the official LinuxCon T-shirt and the official 20th Anniversary of Linux T-shirt. The one who comes up with the winning design will get to attend LinuxCon and the LinuxCon Gala in Vancouver this August.

In further Linux Mint related news, the Linux Mint 5 LTS Elyssa, which was based on Ubuntu 8.04, and Linux Mint 8 Helena, which was based on Ubuntu 9.10, have both reached end of life. Users are advised to move to Linux Mint 9 Isadora which is a Long Term Release (LTS).



Tags: Linux, Linux Mint, Linux Foundation
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