It’s nice to have friends. It’s even better to have friends who support open source and put money where their mouth is. I’m proud to say that I have such a friend. Russell Ossendryver and his WorldLabel company do an amazing job of supporting the open source software movement and individual open source projects. His company’s blog often features articles by prominent tech writers covering Linux and open source software. And now WorldLabel has kindly agreed to sponsor a competition for the best digiKam tip, where the winner will bag a cool Ubuntu-based Teo Pro netbook from ZaReason.
The competition rules are simple: submit a clever digiKam-related tip or nifty trick in the comments area, and you automatically enter the competition. The only condition is that you release your tip or trick under the GNU Free Documentation License. Russell and I will pick the best entry on July 21 12:00 UTC. That’s all there is to it.
A few words about the competition’s sponsor
This competition is possible thanks to generous support from WorldLabel, the best place on the web to buy high-quality labels. WorldLabel carries an impressive range of Avery-compatible labels. Address labels, CD labels, mailing and shipping labels, multipurpose labels — WorldLabel got them all. In short, if you are looking for a good place to buy labels, WorldLabel should be your first stop.
Update: We decided to extend the competition until Monday, August 1 12:00 UTC. This should give you all a little bit more time to submit your amazing tips. :-)
The winner of the competition is Vincent from France. Congratulations!