Hack A Day T-Shirt Contest Winner

Congratulations to [John Keppel] for his winning t-shirt design. He wins a Dash Express, an in-car navigation device with both cellular and WiFi data support. It’s running Linux on top of the Openmoko FreeRunner’s hardware platform; yes, [John], we do expect you to hack it. We’ll let all of you know when we plan on putting the shirt into production. Thank you to everyone that entered!

34 thoughts on “Hack A Day T-Shirt Contest Winner

  1. Congrats to John for winning with his utterly generic and predictable shirt design.

    Yeah, I’m bitter, big whoop, wannafighdaboudit? :P

    @ie: You should be proud of those! Good job working with the hiddeous, amateurish H.A.D. logo.

  2. Yeah Lets see the Entries. I know my entry was way better than that. Whats the deal. I get no confirm if you got my entry, your site was down for a week after wards almost, and You had files that you couldn’t use in most Open source tools. Not bitter but I know that there were definitely Better Entries.

  3. @michael slater:

    You can always search google images for a phrase like “circuit board traces”, although I believe most designs like that are just drawn from scratch (and they don’t have to make much sense). Just keep the traces to 90 degrees and 45 degrees angles and add in pads here and there and it’ll look just as good as a real circuit. You can also look up “printed circuit board” for some inspiration too.

  4. I really like this shirt, but I keep checking and the store is allays down. are there plans to open the store or make a category of down-loadable graphics so I can produce my own shirts?

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