GNU Emacs is much more than a text editor; over the years, it has expanded to become an entire workflow environment, impressing programmers with its integrated debugging and project-management features. It is also a multi-lingual word processor, can handle all your email and Usenet news needs, display web pages, and even has a diary and a calendar for your appointments!
Inside a truncated sphere, an icosahedron floats in inky fluid. The user inverts the sphere and receives words of free software wisdom - including some advice applicable to non-coding problems ("Share alike"), and an occasional error message ("SEGFAULT"). The orb measures about 4.5 inches in diameter and makes an excellent gift for any free software enthusiast who might benefit from a spheroid's counsel. Please note that the FSF is not responsible for any consequences of obedience to the Orb ("orbedience").
Celebrate the 35th anniversary - the "coral anniversary" - of the FSF in this bold t-shirt featuring a design by David Revoy
The first edition of this shirt (salmon / yellow / silvery-blue) sold out in most sizes within a few days - YOU, the public, demanded more, so David Revoy and the FSF have delivered - behold the scintillating Electric Copper color scheme.
Download the source image for this shirt here
The classic enigmatic smiling gnu, available in a variety of colors and sizes as supplies last.
The shirts are manufactured by Bella Canvas
, which is WRAP-certified
, meaning they comply with ethical, health, and safety standards in manufacturing. Information on their environmental practices is here
Celebrate 35 years of software freedom with this lapel pin. It's an inch on the short side, an inch and three eights on the other, and can be secured to most garments with a standard pinback (included).
Celebrate with your feet 35 years of the Free Software Foundation by donning these festive socks! The black, blue, and pink color scheme is chosen to match the colors of your FSF 35th Anniversary Poster.
They're made in the great state of Michigan of 80% acrylic and 20% nylon/elastic blend.
We're offering these in two sizes. Which should you order? The manufacturer informs us that.........
Festoon a garment with the maroon FSF logo and/or a robed, lotus-posed gnu with levitating computer. These patches are large, as patches go - four inches in their greatest dimension - and can be affixed to a textile either with thread or the "iron-on" adhesive on their reverse face. Bold! Previously available only as part of our Fall 2019 Fundraiser, but now available to you. Send a pic of you wearing one of these patches to email@example.com
and I might just put it on this very web page.
The FSF's new hooded sweatshirt appears in our signature color (maroon) and a brand new design. It's VERY soft - a warm, happy little cocoon for you to free software in - and features a new "zip-up" design for easy access. It's made of 50% cotton and 50% polyester. For a size chart (in Imperial measurement units) have a look here