On 08/10/2009 09:39 AM, Nicu Buculei wrote:
On 07/31/2009 10:03 PM, Tom "spot" Callaway wrote:
> On 07/24/2009 11:28 AM, Nicu Buculei wrote:
>> At the Design-Team we figured it would be handy to provide (perhaps in a
>> gallery) wallpapers from the old releases, so the users who liked them
>> can have a handy access at the images. It is also useful to have when
>> documenting our history.
> So, this means there are two options remaining:
> 1. We can package up these backgrounds with a license identical to that
> of the fedora-logos package (basically, right to use, copy, and
> redistribute, but not modify, with some extra conditions around the
> Fedora marks).
I don't like this option, as it would require us to split in "before"
and "after" F7, make difficult in sharing the images on web and so on. I
like it clear and simple.
> 2. We could take the images and remove the Fedora trademarks from them
> and release them under a Creative Commons license.
> Or, we could do both.
From my point of view this is a better option but definitely harder, we
don't have *source* packages for the artwork. Máirín inherited a drive
and will search trough it, there is hope she will find some.
However, even if we find the sources from all, the FC6 background
without all "8"s and "f"s may remain to bare, it is a particular
the most reliant on the logo (but from informal stats, an all-time
Again, I think we can do both here, so people who want something to
modify have an option and those who simply want to keep using one of
those old images as a background can do so.