Typical of the Linux mind set, rather than designing their own T-shirts for the 20th anniversary of Linux, the Linux Foundation is asking its members to share in the work.
The foundation is running a competition until 22 June for people to vote for one of the six finalists. The winning design will represent the Linux celebration. Steven Vaughan-Nichols has more on his blog.
The first of the finalists is the PictoPengo (above), submitted by Christian Bajsic.
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The Flying Penguin was submitted by Kim Blanche.
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Linux Everywhere was submitted by George Boukeas.
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Just for Fun was submitted by Gayathri Swaminathan.
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Forward was submitted by Julio Carrillo.
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Twenty Years was submitted by Zsolt Kovacs.
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