New NetBSD flyers available

March 18, 2012 posted by Benny Siegert

For informing our peers about NetBSD, for distributing at a conference or meet-up, or simply as a concise introduction – new NetBSD flyers are now available at They are made to be printed on A4 paper and folded twice. English and German versions are provided.

At the moment, there are three flyers: "What is NetBSD?" gives an overview about the project and the OS, while "Tips and Tricks for NetBSD newcomers" and "NetBSD for Newcomers – Switching from GNU/Linux" are more aimed at people who already know similar operating systems, particularly GNU/Linux, and want to know more about the differences between these systems and NetBSD.

We are very grateful to Julian Fagir, who provided these flyers to the project.




Typo in flyer-netbsd-advocacy_en.pdf, third chapter, second acapit - "you *van* get in touch" :)

Posted by Bartosz Maciejewski on March 18, 2012 at 09:25 PM UTC #

Thanks. Will fix.

Posted by Benny Siegert on March 19, 2012 at 08:24 AM UTC #

Good to see that German versions are also available!

Posted by Lars Unders on March 23, 2012 at 11:36 AM UTC # contains cd templates. Gimp's xcf format is available for additional works.

Posted by Cem K on March 23, 2012 at 03:46 PM UTC #

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