Submit your cow-laboration | Opensource.com

Submit your cow-laboration

Posted 22 Jun 2012 by 

Paula Weigel (Red Hat)
Rating: 
(5 votes)
Submit your cow-laboration
Image by : 

opensource.com

submit to reddit

We're designing a cow the open source way—with our communities. Red Hat is proud to be a sponsor of the 2012 Cow Parade. A three-dimensional cow will be on display as public art in Raleigh, North Carolina. This year's event is raising money for the North Carolina Children's Hospital.

The Red Hat cow will be a truly collaborative work. We're asking our

network of free and open source software (FOSS) users, partners, customers, associates, and friends from the Red Hat community to draw cows for us. Your contribution could be on display!  Check out the details on our Red Hat cow page to see how you can submit your drawing.

Check back often as we update the page with submissions from our communities. If you're local to the Raleigh area, visit the Cow Parade exhibits beginning in September. Find more information on the local parade at cowparadenc.com.

Go download the cow form and submit your drawing before the July 25 deadline.

submit to reddit

5 Comments

Lenore Ramm

What is the submission deadline?

Vote up!
2
Vote down!
0
paulaweigel
Open Minded

Hi Lenore. We're waiting on a few key dates before we give a final deadline. To be safe, I'd aim for having your submission in before the end of July. Thank you!

Vote up!
2
Vote down!
0
paulaweigel
Open Minded

Hi Lenore. The last day for a submission is July 25. Can't wait to see what you come up with! :)

Vote up!
0
Vote down!
0
isharacomix
Open Minded

You wouldn't download a cow...

Vote up!
6
Vote down!
0
jhibbets
Open Sourcerer

Corrected. Did you try though? Was it moooving to slow? :)
Jason

Vote up!
0
Vote down!
0

Paula is a Brand Manager on the Brand Communications + Design team for Red Hat. She spent 12 years creating brand names for companies and new products. Paula is now a fan of finding ways to apply open source to creative endeavors.

Top 5 open source project management tools in 2014