US LoCo Teams Introduction and Proposal

Steve Stalcup vorian at
Tue Aug 7 03:50:17 BST 2007

I purchased about 1000 from Jenda.  They are hard vinal stickers, and
are very nice (and cheap)

I Think it would be kewl to get a production going here in the states
(along with nice*er polo's and oxford type shirts)

On 8/6/07, Magnus <magnus at> wrote:
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> Martin Owens wrote:
> > Those are paper printed stickers, or resin based (I can't tell from
> > the photo) aluminium badges look like this:
> >
> >
> I would love to have Ubuntu badges on aluminum like that.  The system76
> ones are pretty cheap looking in comparison.
> I've got a number of machines at home that could use them but more
> importantly some higher-visibility machines at work. :)
> Apparently there is another Ubuntu fan at work because there is an IBM
> pSeries 570 (fully populated with three drawers, not the base single
> drawer model) that has a big Ubuntu bumper sticker across the front.
> Unfortunately that machine doesn't actually run Ubuntu on any of its
> LPARs (but it probably will if Ubuntu ever becomes compatible with that
> hardware).
> There are other machines in that data center that *do* run Ubuntu and
> the best I've been able to do so far is peel off the Windows badges.
> Oh that and the giant 3'x5' PEACE-LOVE-LINUX flag on the wall gives
> visitors a clue that they have entered Linux country :)
> Magnus
> Raleigh, NC
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