Rural Housewife or Tech Entrepreneur? You Decide

Wanted: Design Ninjas

with one comment

There’s another way for university students to participate in Open Source, and this week it comes by way of the Fedora Design bounty.

Máirín Duffy writes in her blog:

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to create a street-wearable, stylish T-shirt for folks involved with the Fedora Students Contributing project. This T-shirt should be something these folks can wear proudly, and it would be totally cool if it was a design eye-catching enough to elicit questions from passers-by, “Where did you get that T-shirt?” or “What’s Fedora?” I’m hoping it will open up the way for a conversation to share what Fedora is and what it’s about.

If you’d like to know what’s in it for you, or get info on how to participate pop over to Mo’s blog post “Fedora Design Bounty: ‘Fedora Students Contributing’ T-Shirt” for plenty of links to get you started.

Ninja by Hector Gomez from openclipart.org – Public Domain.

Written by Karlie

October 5th, 2010 at 7:57 am

Posted in Fedora,FOSS,RIT

One Response to 'Wanted: Design Ninjas'

Subscribe to comments with RSS or TrackBack to 'Wanted: Design Ninjas'.

  1. Wow, that one was claimed fast.

    See http://identi.ca/notice/54254703 for the 'official' notice

    Karlie Robinson

    5 Oct 10 at 9:33 AM

Leave a Reply