"The new online store features a number of Linux-related items, including T-shirts, mugs, hats and stickers," according to The H Open Source. "Jennifer Cloer, Communications Director for The Linux Foundation, said that, 'Merchandise with phrases like 'Let's Have Code Sex,' 'FSK the Establishment,' and 'Fork You' are part of an exclusive new line of geek apparel available from this new online storefront sponsored by The Linux Foundation."
"In conjunction with the launch of the store, Linux is holding a t-shirt design contest," writes TechCrunch's Leena Rao. "Design submissions are due on the store's site by April 11, 2010. The top five designs will be available for community vote at Linux.com through June 6, 2010 and the winning design will be included on T-shirts available for purchase in the Linux.com Store. The lucky designer will be awarded with travel to Boston to attend the Foundation's annual conference LinuxCon in August."
"What I like most about this new store is that it's just fun, silly stuff," writes Computerworld's Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols. "I'm as guilty as anyone of taking Linux sternly and seriously. This new store reminds me that Linux can be entertaining, too. And this is a Good Thing."