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GNU Emacs Reference Mugs and more

by Libby Reinish Contributions Published on Oct 12, 2012 03:37 PM

by Chrissie Himes, operations assistant

We recently announced the availability of our GNU Emacs Reference mugs, and promptly sold out of our entire stock in less than 18 hours. These mugs were initially created by a generous person who decided to donate them to us, so we only had a limited number to sell. But, we have quickly replenished our stock of mugs and they are again available for purchase.

If you want to sign up to be notified about news and updates from the FSF store, please join the GNU Press Mailing list. We're looking forward to announcing more fun items like these mugs in the future. If you have a great idea of what we should offer, please add your suggestion to our ideas page.

We also recently launched our new Office Volunteers group on LibrePlanet. People often ask us if there is a day when we could use volunteers at the office -- the answer is always the same: yes, every day!

Here at the FSF, we are constantly in need of help around the office with various ongoing projects. This group on LibrePlanet is meant to help inform volunteers who are local to Boston of all the opportunities to come by the office, hang out with the FSF crew, and help the Foundation with its day to day tasks. The more help we get from volunteers, the more we can do to help promote and protect free software. So if you are in the Boston area (even for a visit!), check out the volunteer page, send a message to sales@fsf.org, and come on by the office.

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