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Here is another sample of Free Software Foundation stickers that I bought.

 

Credit: My sister, Asma.

1970 Olds Vista Cruiser. Classic car show, Genesee Brew House, Rochester.

Deborah from the FSF let's me hold the badvista.org campaign posters.

These are some laptops of people who is participating of the TEIA 2008 event in Brasilia (in Brazil)

 

The event is happening this week (13 until 16 november 2008) and some free software developers are gathering here trying to improve CMYK support in free graphics applications such as gimp and inkscape.

The Free Software Foundation and Software Freedom Day organization contributed lots of CDs, t-shirts, balloons, stickers and flyers for the Dallas SFD 2008 event.

The Bad Vista stickers were very popular even among folks who had no idea what free software and open source were all about.

Skyping with new Vista on

 

:) Open your mind, open source!

En los cajeros del aeropuerto de Bruselas, jejejeje.

On April 7th, 2007 Activists from BinaryFreedom and BadVista crashed a Vista promotional party in Boston. $10 in stickers were distributed, 55 gnewsense CDs were given out, and 100 of our flyers ended up around town on lightposts or people. Microsoft wasn't able to pitch their product because people at the lecture knew the truth! They said no to proprietary software!

Who wants some shit?

昨天聽 Richard Stallman 演講時拿的:p

拿的時候有人說要拿去貼安全帽!

BadVista.org: Stopping Microsoft Windows Vista adoption by promoting free software

On April 7th, 2007 Activists from BinaryFreedom and BadVista crashed a Vista promotional party in Boston. $10 in stickers were distributed, 55 gnewsense CDs were given out, and 100 of our flyers ended up around town on lightposts or people. Microsoft wasn't able to pitch their product because people at the lecture knew the truth! They said no to proprietary software!

On April 7th, 2007 Activists from BinaryFreedom and BadVista crashed a Vista promotional party in Boston. $10 in stickers were distributed, 55 gnewsense CDs were given out, and 100 of our flyers ended up around town on lightposts or people. Microsoft wasn't able to pitch their product because people at the lecture knew the truth! They said no to proprietary software!

The one and only photo from HAT2008 that I'll publish.

Now you know that Clam (the NabazTag) was at the convention...

 

Hax0r Bunniz Reloaded!

On April 7th, 2007 Activists from BinaryFreedom and BadVista crashed a Vista promotional party in Boston. $10 in stickers were distributed, 55 gnewsense CDs were given out, and 100 of our flyers ended up around town on lightposts or people. Microsoft wasn't able to pitch their product because people at the lecture knew the truth! They said no to proprietary software!

On April 7th, 2007 Activists from BinaryFreedom and BadVista crashed a Vista promotional party in Boston. $10 in stickers were distributed, 55 gnewsense CDs were given out, and 100 of our flyers ended up around town on lightposts or people. Microsoft wasn't able to pitch their product because people at the lecture knew the truth! They said no to proprietary software!

On April 7th, 2007 Activists from BinaryFreedom and BadVista crashed a Vista promotional party in Boston. $10 in stickers were distributed, 55 gnewsense CDs were given out, and 100 of our flyers ended up around town on lightposts or people. Microsoft wasn't able to pitch their product because people at the lecture knew the truth! They said no to proprietary software!

Visitando BadVista, un sito creato dalla Free Software Foundation per dire tutto il male, ma anche il peggio, possibile, di Windows Vista, con Internet Explorer 7, si scopre che tale sito usa il componente MSXML 5.0.

Premio Nobel speciale per la coerenza, ma non possiamo che complimentarci per l'ottima scelta dei prodotti!

Ah, non vi aspettate che Firefox 2.0 vi avvisi di una cosa trascurabile come l'installazione di un componente di terze parti...

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