Unfortunately, Unix Stickers doesn’t have a Fedora pack anymore. And, we don’t recommend Redbubble — anything you see there is unauthorized and should be reported both to Redbubble and to Fedora Legal. (It is our determination that they are not of high enough quality to represent our brand well.)
We are working to find another solution. We have an order of promo materials in the works right now which will go to Fedora contributors and attendees of virtual events, and hopefully soon will have something like the Cool Stuff Store.
See attached image of all we can put on at this time (Intel would not like this as it’s borderline copyright infringement), People have no idea about Linux here in my neck of the woods
Our goal is to spead the narrative of truth about what the windows operating system is really doing in the background for our business clients and offer RedHat and Fedora as the goto daily driver.
Would Fedora ever offer paid support to business/enterprise clients or would it have to be RHEL exclusive for that service?
I am not sure on how stable Fedora is for office use but so far the only issue has been video card issues for me and power management issues on laptops.
We utilise a supplier who supplies A grade stickers for most distros, I will try to get him to quote on some Fedora stickers, he didn’t have them at the time but they are of exceptional quality. For other linux related branding.
We have a few more but they are very expensive and he doesnt do bulk orders. We don’t recommend debian or Arch but that’s all he had.
I think that’s what Unixstickers was actually using, and I also think we’ve used them for swag orders before. But unlike Redbubble, they sell in bulk to authorized users, rather than direct to consumers. (Unless they have a storefront I’m not aware of.)
Hey @bennyisaiah I talked to @riecatnor and we’d love to send you a stack of stickers to help spread the Fedora love. Can you file a ticket in the budget tracker with how many you’d like and your shipping info (you can mark it private, of course).
There aren’t really any “Fedora managers” that decide what Fedora is to do. The community decides what direction we take, and what products we produce. If you want to discuss how Fedora can aid a particular target audience, please start a discussion with the community on one of the mailing lists, perhaps the -devel mailing list.