FSF polo shirts, plus internship opportunities
In the past year, GNU Press has launched myriad new items at , including the updated Emacs manual, GNU and FSF logo cybertools, Emacs reference mugs, GPLv3 pins, and "GNU/Linux Inside" stickers. Now, by very popular request via the FSF Ideas page, GNU Press is releasing FSF logo polo shirts this summer. Support free software and abide by your office's dress code by sporting one of these stylish maroon polos.
Throughout the year, the FSF offers internships in system administration, licensing, and campaigns. The next round of internships begin with the start of the school season in September and last for three months. To learn more and view the upcoming deadlines, visit our internships page.
Even if you are not able to commit to an internship, we are always looking for volunteers of all skill levels to help us out with small tasks and larger projects. Volunteer roles include passing out FSF materials at events, updating the Free Software directory, stuffing envelopes, writing an article about an important free software issue, and helping to answer users' questions about licensing and software. If you're interested in volunteering, check out the volunteer page, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by our office if you can make it to Boston.