Very nice! I posted a comment at the T-shirt site. I love the
ocean-wave-breaking backgrounds, and how the flocks of silhouettes suggest
gulls or terns, all very appropriate for Charleston. The main stylized
bird looks more parrot-like and tropical than the kinds of birds we
normally see around here. (I'm a math prof at C of C, by the way.) I
really like it though, and it sort of suggests a heron, which we do have
here, but herons frequently appear alone rather than in flocks.
FYI, the College of Charleston has an official word mark that might be good
for the "where" component. You might want to ask our marketing &
communications office about using it on posters & such:
Mike Haskins, Executive Vice President for Marketing and Communications, at
Also, it might be a good idea to put a QR code on posters encoding the
flock URL, for passers-by with smart phones etc.
On Sun, May 19, 2013 at 11:13 PM, María Leandro <tatica(a)fedoraproject.org>wrote:
As you all know, there has been some work going the website and other
artwork request (and some others that haven't been asked and yet, will be
The current status of those is the following, however, in order to finish
them we need a lot of feedback, which I'm not getting either from the IRC
or Tickets, hope to get it at the mailing list.
Please, remember that all of this are just proposals needing some feedback
and can be completely changed:
As you may see, there is some information missing in here and at the
website, such as "where" in the College of Charleston, "When" as in
when-to-when will the event be. Would be also good to have a number of
workshops, talks, etc and use those for marketing purposes. Also need a
list of marketing items that will be used, such as flyers, pins?, name
tags, bags?, banners, etc etc etc.
Even if this it not FUDcon we should definitely start to use the
guidelines so we don't miss any item, at the end, a lot of effort has been
put into make it; is there, so lets use it.
Not sure if this things have been discussed so far somewhere, if so,
please excuse me and point me the right direction to look at; if not let's
*all of us* take this as a call of attention to provide all the information
needed, not only to those who want to contribute, but also for those that
have been complaining about the lack of transparency that the event
organization has so far.
Maria Gracia Leandro
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