I love the ‘new’ K6 Cloud, and its focus on providing the best developer experience
for load testing. The awesome-k6 page is cool and initiatives like the
#intros Slack channel are important for an OSS community. But I miss something, I miss stickers!
Stickers are an important part of an Open Source community, they show our affiliation and respect for a project .
Right now K6 logo is available at the repo . But…
- It’s ok to self-print stickers? 
- Any guidelines?
- Thoughts on providing an official way to ‘get’ stickers? 
Note: K6 in sticker/logo format would be incredible. I like the one jabbing JMeter
Lastly, I think that having some kind of reward for K6 contributors, like the Opsdroid project does could make a difference. Hard-earned stickers are the best .
 opensource .com/business/15/11/open-source-stickers
 github .com/loadimpact/k6/blob/master/logo.svg
 Using something Sticker Mule or RedBubble
- Github - github.myshopify .com/products/octodex-sticker-packs
- DevSWAG - devswag .com/collections/all?page=3
- Cloud Native Computer Foundation - store .cncf.io/collections/all
 Contributor Sticker Packs. I am excited to announce that we now… | by Jacob Tomlinson | opsdroid | Medium
 Personal example here. First-time contribution. I was happy about fixing my issue and improving a project that I usually use, but if maintainers take the effort to send me some stickers… I will gladly put some of them on my laptop lid, speak about the project in case someone needs a Pythonic chat-bot framework and be x5 happy.
(Sorry for the link hacks. I can only put 2 for being new to the k6 community forum)