Get YourName@Linux.com

The Linux Foundation is now offering individual memberships to help support the cause. Members get an ultra-hip @linux.com email address.

The Linux Foundation is now offering membership to individuals that support the cause. Your support goes a long way in enhancing, promoting and protecting Linux for generations to come and your membership connects you with the information, tools and events needed to advance your career and stay current with the platform.

Linux Foundation Benefits:

  • Your own Linux.com email address with forwarding service. Since this is a new service, new users will have a chance to grab a nice alias.
  • A weekly Linux.com "Briefing Book" with news, technical tips, and analysis to keep you ahead of the curve.
  • 30% off of Linux Foundation LinuxCon 2009 standard registration fees.
  • 20% Discount on registration fees for Linux Foundation Training. This can save you (or your company) a lot of money.
  • A Free Linux Foundation T-shirt so we can showcase your OS of choice at your next company meeting (or at the grocery store, the beach, Presidential news conferences, the Super Bowl, etc.)

Partner Discounts:

  • 35% of O'Reilly Books and E-Books
  • 20% Off O'Reilly's Open Source Convention (OSCON)
  • 35% of No Starch Press Publications
  • 15% off Subscription to Linux Journal
  • 15% off Neuros Technologies NeurosLink. The Neuros LINK allows you to watch internettv (Hulu, Youtube) as well as downloads on your TV using Linux.
  • 50% off Southern California Linux Expo (SCALE)
  • $10 off every $40 order on Thinkgeek (excluding shipping and taxes)

Link: Linux Foundation membership sign-up page.

How soon until we see an @linux.com email address blackmarket?

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Dave Rosenberg has more than 15 years of technology and marketing experience that spans from Bell Labs to startup IPOs to open-source and cloud software companies. He is CEO and founder of Nodeable, co-founder of MuleSoft, and managing director for Hardy Way. He is an adviser to DataStax, IT Database, and Puppet Labs.

 

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