Debian mainstream in French supermakets?
I'm a proud Debian user (well and Ubuntu ... don't hit me!).
Today was a very hot day in Strasbourg (France) so I went to the local supermarket to buy a stock of all kinds of fluids.
Since Ubuntu is baised on Debian I coudn't go without my Debian Tee-shirt (of course).
When I paid I had a strange feeling of "déjà vu" ...
At each pay-desk you could buy a bag which looked somewhat like the swirl of Debian ...
Here is the picture of the bag near my tee-shirt:
When I looked closely at the details and "accidents" on the border of
the swirls I find them precisely on both swirls (except their is an
inversion inside/outside of the swirl).
I'm not sure which geometrical transformation they used but I think they have the same source ...
Is Debian going mainstream in French supermarket?
This supermarket network (attac) belongs to Auchan group (I
believe ) and is very common in France. The manufacturer of the bag is
CARSAC and is done in France.