On the front it has "Plussy", the Fellowship mascot, asking "Got Freedom?" and on the back it carries the URL of the Fellowship site: www.fsfe.org. The picture was taken by Richard Ibbotson, a Free Software advocate from the UK, and he was so kind to allow me to share it with you here. You can see me in front of the Free Software Foundation Europe booth holding one of the new shirts. As you can also see in the background, we took the idea of "raising the flag for Freedom" rather literally.
We have these shirts both for men and women, and if you want one of these really cool shirts, you can send email to firstname.lastname@example.org, letting our office know how many shirts you want, of which size, and whether you want the male or female version.
The shirts were produced on "Clean Clothes", which means they were produced with sustainable growing and working methods and come at high quality. We felt that the ethical basis of Free Software matters in the physical as well as digital world, and wanted our shirts to reflect this basic conviction. But as so often, holding convictions comes as a cost, in this case a financial one, which is why the shirts come at 20 EUR each plus shipping depending on where you want them sent.
We hope that many people will agree with us that we should live in the physical world what we preach in the digital — and wear these shirts that raise their question in a dual sense: