Julia stickers around MIT?


#1

Is there somewhere at or around MIT I can find a few Julia bumper stickers to put on a laptop? :julia:


#2

Unixstickers website has julia language stickers: http://www.unixstickers.com/stickers/coding_stickers/julia-programming-language-logo-sticker


#3

Oddly enough, this says that a portion of the sticker proceeds are donated to the Python Software Foundation. Why not to Julia (via NumFOCUS)?


#4

Because every month they devolve part of their revenues to a different project, this is Python’s time: http://www.unixstickers.com/donations


#5

Wow, are they really charging almost $3 for a single sticker? I used to grab them by the handful when they were still at MIT.


#6

Maybe that is how they ran out of stickers and why they have to compensate :slight_smile:


#7

In fact it’s not clear to me that UnixStickers is using the logo legally.

cc @StefanKarpinski, can you comment if UnixStickers does or does not have permission to use the logo?


#8

JuliaOpt stickers are available at my desk.


#9

NumFOCUS provides official stickers for its projects via Stickermule, sold at cost. The Julia sticker is $2.69 USD.


#10

NumFOCUS should sell sets of Julia-colored juggling balls as a fundraiser.


#11

I didn’t realize the MIT julia group had run out of stickers. I still have some I can bring by.


#12

It may not have! I just don’t know where to go to look for them.


#13

Interesting to see if the stickers will be available globally–I mean open source for everyone to print and redistribute, or something like that :slight_smile:


#14

https://www.stickermule.com/user/1070095130/stickers?utm_source=NumFOCUS+Website+Link

Julia stickers for sell here. I think this is connect with NumFOCUS as the link was from their website.

I have been purchasing these and giving them out to speakers at the Sydney Julia meetup