Advocacy/Artwork/Banners

You can use this buttons to point people to the Fellowship with a reference to you. So FSFE will know that you have recruit the new Fellow. Therefore you can use HTML code like:

<a href="https://fellowship.fsfe.org/login/join.php?ref=YOURLOGIN"><img src="link to the button" alt="Join the Fellowship and support Free Software!" /></a>

Just replace "YOURLOGIN" with your Fellowship login name. Furthermore replace "link to the button" with the actual link to the button you want to display.

Fellow link badges

Here is our selection of badges.

FSFE web 2.0 badge, by Sam Tuke

FSFE web 2.0 badge 2, by Sam Tuke

These pictures are based on Sam Tuke's work, see sources.

Fellow #

Proud Fellow supports Free Software

Join the Fellowship

Join the Fellowship (alt)

You can also find below our collection of pictures.

Small badges

The Fellow Me badges are based on This source file by Federico, and only color alterations have been made. The FSFE Fellow badges are based on a design by Victor Escudero and shared under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 licence. The classic web 2.0 badges are made by Sam Tuke with these sources (.svg).

FSFE Fellow badge - dark

FSFE Fellow badge - bright

Fellow Me badge - dark

Fellow Me badge - bright

FSFE web 2.0 badge, by Sam Tuke

FSFE web 2.0 badge 2, by Sam Tuke

Rather small badges

A Proud Fellow by Ciarán O’Riordan

Fellow of FSFE

FSFE Fellow by Luca Tius

button 1 by Sam Tuke

button 2 by Sam Tuke

button 3 by Sam Tuke

button 4 by Sam Tuke

button 5 by Sam Tuke

button by Hugo Roy

Not so small "Fellow Me"-badges

These badges are all 390 pixels wide and shared under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 licence. Click on the images to see them in full size.

IPRED2

Free Information Society

Software patents

Vienna manipulations

Vienna manipulations

Fellow's meeting

Support FSFE] by Hug

Fellow number] by Hug

You can also download the GIMP source files:

Advocacy/Artwork/Banners (last edited 2016-03-21 18:00:41 by paul)