Summits and Stickers and T-shirts Oh My!

Hi folks, Red Hat Summit 2016 is almost here! I leave from the East Coast for the West Coast a week from Sunday with several hundred t-shirts and several hundred stickers. And I’m giving them all away. What do they look like? You’ll have to come to Red Hat Summit to find out. Or wait for the pics over twitter during Summit.. I don’t want to spoil the surprise. Suffice to say I put in some time with the creative folks at HQ, the awesome folks at Planet Logo in Wilmington, NC and the fun folks at Sticker Mule.

Obviously I’ll be at the Red Hat booth, specifically at the RHEV pod.. but I’ll also be hitting some sessions, meeting with customers, meeting with partners, and hopefully meeting with some of you guys as well.

If you’ve never been to Red Hat Summit, it’s a blast. I’ve been to most of the big vendor trade shows over the years, and most of them have gotten to be waaaaaayy too big for me to consider them to be fun. But that’s just me. The sessions are ~really~ good and are led by Red Hat developers, architects, consultants, etc. In other words, folks that are out there living this stuff.

Plus, it’s back in San Francisco this year. Good food, awesome weather, great sites…

And there’s t-shirts and stickers too.

Captain KVM

3 thoughts on “Summits and Stickers and T-shirts Oh My!”

    1. Hi Shawn,

      I couldn’t quite make out which specific stickers they were, but we typically have them made special.. For example, I design my own stickers and have the awesome folks at make them for me.. When I get low (or bored) I order more…. I know others do similar things with StickerMule (or similar vendors).

      However, if you know of the name of the specific Red Hat (or community person) that had the stickers, I can reach out to them and see if they have the stickers you’re looking for… if they have some, maybe they could just send them to you. 😉 No promises, but I’m willing to try.

      Captain KVM

      1. Hello Captain. I do not have a direct contact. I only found a picture and loved the honeycomb shape of them.

        I will look into stickermule. I am excited about my future learning. I just purchased a learning subscription and am looking for any visual reminders to keep me constantly engaged.

        I look forward to picking up a better understanding of virtualization and being able to learn more from your site. Many thanks for all the time and effort you have put into Captain KVM. It is sites like yours that reinforce that I made the right decision to go 100% open source along a Red Hat trajectory.



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