"Three months ago, former sponsor Bank of America dropped the
affinity credit card of the Linux Fund, the 'public charity' with a
stated mission to support free and open source software. This week
the project emerged from hibernation and began accepting
applications anew for its on-again, off-again Tux Visa card. New
underwriter U.S. Bank is offering consumers a platinum, student, or
basic Visa card, each of which provides a small cash reward to open
source projects selected by the Linux Fund advisory board. What
"Linux Fund launched for the first time in 1999 with a novel
idea: to raise money for open source projects by offering an
affinity credit card..."
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