OpenBSD Journal

3.2 Poster

Contributed by jose on from the big-art-work dept.

Shane was the first of many people to write:
"I remember a few people asking about the 3.2 poster. Well, it looks like they are available over at the orders page. The new poster looks really cool. It will definitely look awesome on any wall."
Let the world know you run OpenBSD. We have some up at the office, and my girlfriend even has one up at work.

(Comments are closed)

  1. By Isak Lyberth () on

    This is the coolest OpenBSD poster ever.
    Its nice that it has broken out of the standard flat colors of the older posters. Definetly getting myself one of those

  2. By Chris () on

    The squid thing does look a lot like a willy ...


  3. By Tom () on

    When i saw the new 3.2 poster I was quite astonished as it is quite similar to a 007 poster i have hanging on the wall here. The difference is, that my poster has a flamy-shaped chick, and not a squid. Guess what i like more ;)

  4. By Janko van Roosmalen () on

    Why do some of the OpenBSD posters/graphics feature a
    gun or a fire arm?

    As a European I am not accustomed to guns. I use OpenBSD because it provides security where a gun or other physical security measures would fail or are not applicable.

  5. By Anonymous Coward () on

    Does anyone know if there will be a 3.2 tshirt? It looks like there wasn't even a 3.1 specific tshirt.

  6. By Anonymous Coward () on

    The post is not impressive at all and based on Theo's post to misc about only 12 of them being sold justifies that opinion. And to continue that thread here... OBSD doesn't need more gaudy crap just better gaudy crap.


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