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Magit is a Git user interface focused on efficient and intuitive work-flows, which will help you become a more effective Git user.
Magit is a Git user interface focused on efficient and intuitive work-flows, which will help you become a more effective Git user.
Magit is a Git user interface focused on efficient and intuitive work-flows, which will help you become a more effective Git user.
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You should receive the stickers and buttons soon

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I have send out all the remaining stickers and buttons about a week ago. If you have not received them yet, then that should happen very soon.

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Thanks for you patience! The last shipment was delayed because I was still waiting for the buttons to arrive. This announcement itself was delayed a bit, not because I licked to many envelopes...

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... but because I have temporarily switched continents and had to settle in first.

As you might have noticed, I retouched the logo a bit, fixing and tweaking some details that were a bit sloppy in the original design. That was in part responsible for the delay, though once I actually started working on it it turned out to be much easier to learn the basics needed to do so. So clearly I should have done that way earlier.

The stickers come in form of a sticker sheet instead of as individual stickers, which made it more convenient to provide some color and size variations. Personally I particularly like the green variant. This also results in backers getting six stickers for every five that they were promised.

Originally I planned to make a single shipment per backer, but I did not express that clear enough and because I don't want to punish users for going with a more expensive reward tier I have decided to ship the stickers separately from the reference cards, which are not ready yet. Shipping costs unfortunately also were a bit higher than expected, because I had underestimated the weight of stickers.

Cheers,

Jonas

PS: Are there any Emacs meetups in the Twin Cities?

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    1. Jonas Bernoulli Creator on

      I apologize for not replying earlier. Kickstarter notifies me when someone sends me a private message and I assumed that it would also do so when someone comments on one of my posts. I have just learned that that is not so and that I have to periodically check my posts to learn about replies.

      I have now personally contacted each one of you.

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      Marco Rolappe on

      Okay, mid-september and nothing yet. Please send them soon.

    3. Deepu Mohan Puthrote on

      Enjoy using magit! I haven't got my stickers yet, so I can't show it off on my laptop :(

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      Shmulik Regev on

      Hi,

      I never received mine :(

      Cheers,
      Shmul

    5. Jonas Bernoulli Creator on

      Minneapolis and St. Paul (Preferably the former, I am staying in Plymouth.)

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      Chris Charles on

      > Are there any Emacs meetups in the Twin Cities?

      I'm willing to bet there are a few pairs of "Twin Cities" on the planet. Can you be more specific?