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Spring cleaning at the GNU Press store

by Donald Robertson Contributions Published on Apr 18, 2012 02:23 PM
Discounts are now available on certain older editions of GNU Press manuals.

With the recent release of the latest editions of our Emacs and GDB manuals, it is time for some Spring cleaning. Previous editions of both manuals are now available at a discounted rate through the GNU Press store. Debugging with GDB: The GNU Source-Level Debugger, V 5.1.1 has been discounted from $40 to $20, and GNU Emacs Manual, 16th Edition, v. 22 has been discounted from $45 to $30. While not the most up-to-date references, these manuals should be a useful addition to anyone's collection, particularly at those prices.

Also, if you have come by the store but haven't been able to find one of our t-shirts in your size, please check again, because we have recently re-stocked our shelves. T-shirts now back in stock include our GNU Head design, Free Software Free Society in maroon, and Live the Dream in all regular sizes.

In addition, we are auctioning off the remaining set of our limited edition LibrePlanet 2012 t-shirts in the coming days. If you missed out on getting a shirt at the conference, or couldn't physically make it to the venue this year, this is your last opportunity to get these shirts. They are available in regular and ladies cut styles while supplies last.

As always, if you can't find something in the store but think we should offer it, please add your suggestion to the ideas page on our wiki. And remember, associate members of the Free Software Foundation get a 20% discount on all purchases made through the GNU Press Store, so if you are not a member already, join today!

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