Fwd: Fedora says Thank You

From: John Aldrich 
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Free Fedora stickers... :-) I know...some of you hate Fedora or at least 
prefer to use another distribution. But at least it's a way to promote 
linux. :-)

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Subject: Fedora says Thank You
Date: Thu March 31 2011, 3:19:09 pm
From: Tom Callaway 
To: users@lists.fedoraproject.org

First of all, I do not want to take any credit for this idea, it belongs
to John Rose, and has been bouncing around, trying to come to life,
since July 2010. I am just happy to help it finally hatch!

John, Jared, Paul, Max, and I all want to thank Fedora users and
contributors for everything that they do in our rich and diverse
community. As a small token of our appreciation, we're giving away free
Fedora stickers and case badges to any community member who sends us a
Self-Addressed Stamped Envelope (SASE). It is our little way of saying
thank you for all that you do.

Here is a short FAQ:

Q: What is a Self-Addressed Stamped Envelope?
A: A Self-Addressed Stamped Envelope (SASE) is an envelope with the
sender's name and address on it, with affixed paid postage. In the UK,
this is also known as a "Stamped Addressed Envelope (SAE)".

Q: Where do I send my SASE?
A:
Red Hat
c/o Tom Callaway
314 Littleton Road
Westford, MA
01886-4105

Q: How long is this offer good?
A: We will return any SASEs that I receive on or before May 31, 2011.

Q: How does this work?
A: Basically, you write your mailing address on an unsealed envelope and
attach paid US postage to that envelope (enough to send a letter to that
address from the US). This is your SASE.

Next, you put your SASE in another envelope, which you then mail to me
at the above address.

When I receive it, I will open your envelope, put in some nifty Fedora
stickers and case badges, seal it up and drop it back in the mail to you.

Q: Is there a limit on how many SASEs I can send you?
A: Please, one SASE per person. If you have some sort of complicated
situation, feel free to email me directly and we'll work something out
(spot@fedoraproject.org).

Q: Is this offer open to contributors outside the US?
A: Of course! We realize that it may not be possible or simple for our
international contributors to get their hands on US postage, so you are
more than welcome to include an International Reply Coupon instead.
(More info about International Reply Coupons can be found here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International

=============================================================== From: Rod-Lists ------------------------------------------------------ http://desktoplinuxreviews.com/2011/03/16/fusion-14-thorium/=20 Some red hat love.=20 For for those who want split the difference.=20 http://www.fuduntu.org/=20 ----- Original Message -----=20 From: "John Aldrich" =20 To: "CHUGALUG" =20 Sent: Thursday, March 31, 2011 4:17:33 PM GMT -05:00 US/Canada Eastern=20 Subject: [Chugalug] Fwd: Fedora says Thank You=20 Free Fedora stickers... :-) I know...some of you hate Fedora or at least=20 prefer to use another distribution. But at least it's a way to promote=20 linux. :-)=20 ---------- =C2=A0Forwarded Message =C2=A0----------=20 Subject: Fedora says Thank You=20 Date: Thu March 31 2011, 3:19:09 pm=20 From: Tom Callaway =20 To: users@lists.fedoraproject.org=20 First of all, I do not want to take any credit for this idea, it belongs=20 to John Rose, and has been bouncing around, trying to come to life,=20 since July 2010. I am just happy to help it finally hatch!=20 John, Jared, Paul, Max, and I all want to thank Fedora users and=20 contributors for everything that they do in our rich and diverse=20 community. As a small token of our appreciation, we're giving away free=20 Fedora stickers and case badges to any community member who sends us a=20 Self-Addressed Stamped Envelope (SASE). It is our little way of saying=20 thank you for all that you do.=20 Here is a short FAQ:=20 Q: What is a Self-Addressed Stamped Envelope?=20 A: A Self-Addressed Stamped Envelope (SASE) is an envelope with the=20 sender's name and address on it, with affixed paid postage. In the UK,=20 this is also known as a "Stamped Addressed Envelope (SAE)".=20 Q: Where do I send my SASE?=20 A:=20 Red Hat=20 c/o Tom Callaway=20 314 Littleton Road=20 Westford, MA=20 01886-4105=20 Q: How long is this offer good?=20 A: We will return any SASEs that I receive on or before May 31, 2011.=20 Q: How does this work?=20 A: Basically, you write your mailing address on an unsealed envelope and=20 attach paid US postage to that envelope (enough to send a letter to that=20 address from the US). This is your SASE.=20 Next, you put your SASE in another envelope, which you then mail to me=20 at the above address.=20 When I receive it, I will open your envelope, put in some nifty Fedora=20 stickers and case badges, seal it up and drop it back in the mail to you.= =20 Q: Is there a limit on how many SASEs I can send you?=20 A: Please, one SASE per person. If you have some sort of complicated=20 situation, feel free to email me directly and we'll work something out=20 (spot@fedoraproject.org).=20 Q: Is this offer open to contributors outside the US?=20 A: Of course! We realize that it may not be possible or simple for our=20 international contributors to get their hands on US postage, so you are=20 more than welcome to include an International Reply Coupon instead.=20 (More info about International Reply Coupons can be found here:=20 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International