Ubuntu Certificate of Authenticity

A few days ago, I posted a mock certificate of authenticity on the Ubuntu forums (as suggested by MasterCheese) on the Ubuntu Forums, which seems to have gathered quite a bit of attention; among other things, getting dugg with (at the time of writing) 882 diggs and a spot on the front page, and spawning several clones.

The sticker looks like this:

What can I say other than `wow’? I was given an idea by a dear friend of mine, and decided I might as well get going with Inkscape, and thus began doing this sticker. The sticker, along with the link to an SVG file (which is licenced under the GNU General Public License, can be found in the original Ubuntu Forums thread.

Lasse Havelund on November 1st, 2007

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4 responses to “Ubuntu Certificate of Authenticity”

  1. Niklas Lindblad responded on November 2nd, 2007 at 6:23 am | permalink

    Awesome mate :)

  2. Tololy responded on February 25th, 2008 at 10:19 am | permalink

    That’s so groovy! I want one!

    Btw, thanks for passing by my blog and welcoming me to the world of open source.

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