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FOSS projects tend not to care about who you know, where you studied, or what your GPA was, as much as they care about your creativity, your drive, and your skills.
Instead, someone starts a trivia list on the page, and people add every obscure video game or episode of Naruto that happens to mention the topic of the article.
As far as the poll goes, I originated one article, which was subsequently deleted.
It's nice to see copyright law working correctly for once.
It's a little strange at first, and it certainly can't replace normal file browsers completely, but it ends up being pretty convenient in day to day use. Of course, these aren't filesystems, just layers atop them.
That's not to say the laws aren't ridiculous, just that your example isn't an argument against it.
On the topic at hand, from my current employer, I have an XL tshirt they handed me on my starting day that I will never be large enough to wear, and a decent hoodie that I wear occasionally.
I would have been more impressed if they pulled an OLPC and used a FOSS BIOS and designed a motherboard.