I have been involved in the Chocolatey project in one way or another for a lot of years, and in that time, I have collected a lot of Chocolatey swag.
It wasn't until I was clearing out a few things, and looking at other collections of swag that I had, that I thought it would be a good idea to collect all of it into one place.
I might get the order of the creation of these wrong, or where they were given out, but I am hoping that Rob will be able to help out here to put them in the correct order, and also to provide more details.
This was the first official Chocolatey t-shirt which was created as part of the Chocolatey Kickstarter.
This t-shirt was also available in white (I chose to go for the black version). A photo of the white version was provided by Jan Karger.
Following on from the Kickstarter design, this became the default Chocolatey t-shirt for a long period of time.
This was a slight variation on the default t-shirt.
I don't think many of these ones were made, but it is one of my favourites.
This was the official t-shirt of the inaugural Chocolatey Conference, Chocolatey Fest, in 2018.
These ones are polo-shirts, which are only available to Chocolatey Employees and Contractors.
This was given out to attendees of PSH Summit in 2019.
This t-shirt was given out to attendees at ChefConf in 2019, both here in the UK, and in the USA.
This t-shirt was given out at the AnsibleFest conference in 2019.
This was a limited edition run, featuring the "Config Management Strawberry Dipped in Chocolatey", created by Adil. This was given out in very limited numbers to attendees of both AnsibleFest and Puppetize. There aren't many of these in the wild, so definitely a collectors item if you have one!
This was given out to attendees of Puppetize in 2019.
This is another Adil design, and it is available in blue and grey, and it is inspired by the arc reactor from Iron Man. I believe I am right in saying that the blue and black ones are only available to Employees and Contractors for Chocolatey.
These t-shirts were created as part of the 11th Birthday celebrations for Chocolatey. Full praise goes to Steph for the creation of this design!
This was available to some Kickstarter backers, depending on what level you backed the project with.
Inspired by the Microsoft MVP Jacket, there is an official Chocolatey Jacket available to Chocolatey Employees and Contractors. This is an amazing quality jacket!
This was created by my colleague Stevie, and I absolutely love it! These were made in a very small quantity, and you should count yourself very lucky if you have one. This is my go to hat!
Following on from his original creation, Stevie then created another amazing hat! This is my new go to hat!
Oh yes, in addition to creating a Package Manager for Windows, we have also created some Chocolate. This was given out to attendees at Chocolatey Fest in 2018.
We have literally given out 1000's of these at various conferences over the years!
This sticker was given out to all attendees at Chocolatey inaugural conference Chocolatey Fest, in 2018.
In keeping with the Willy Wonka theme of Chocolatey Fest, the Chocolatey Golden Ticket sticker was created.
This is a reasonably new design created by my colleague Adil. It can be found in a couple different sizes.
Similar to the t-shirts there were made for the 11th Birthday celebrations, a limited run of stickers were created.
As a sponsor of the WinOps events, Chocolatey has appeared on their lanyards at least a couple of times.
If you attended Chocolatey Fest, you may well have kept a hold of yours as well!
Attendees of KCDC in 2018 were lucky enough to get one of these!
The Chocolatey logo has appeared on a number of WinOps bag which are given out to all attendees.
If you attended the PowerShell Summit in 2018, you will find the Chocolatey Logo on the back!
The Chocolatey Logo appears on pretty much all the WinOps t-shirts!
Unofficial - but still awesome
Created by Manfred Wallner (a Chocolatey Community Member), this is a t-shirt showing the combination of Chocolatey and Boxstarter, which was the topic of his talk at the WinOps Conference.
Manfred also took the time to create a sticker version of the t-shirt design that he created.
Inspired by some posters that I saw Patrik Svensson have made, I reached out to Bartek who created them, and had him make one for Chocolatey. This poster takes pride of place on the wall in my office!
If you have made it this far, thanks for reading. If you are aware of any other Chocolatey Swag, please let me know, I would love to hear about it!comments powered by Disqus