For open-source devotees, there is now another way to support Linux — get yourself a new flexible friend.
The Linux Foundation has announced its own branded credit card this week, which comes sporting a picture of the Linux mascot, Tux the penguin.
Cute cartoons aside, the card will be used to generate funds for the Foundation, a not-for-profit consortium that aims to encourage the growth of Linux.
The organisation will get $50 (£30) every time the card is activated, plus "ongoing contributions".
The money will "go directly toward providing community technical events and travel grants for open-source community members", according to the Foundation.
UK open-sourcers may be disappointed, however: the card — a Visa Platinum — will initially be available only in the US, although it is expected to hit new countries in the next few months.