OK, gang. I'm working on a set of talking points for Fedora. Think of
these as "sound bites". Imagine having a deck of cards, each with a few
sentences, each of which describes an important Fedora message.
Here's the start:
I could really use some help.
a. Fix a FIXME; or
b. Add a talking point that you think is vitally important.
Remember: NO MORE THAN A SHORT PARAGRAPH, unless you ABSOLUTELY can't help
yourself, in which case I'll probably edit it down brutally. :)
Greg DeKoenigsberg ] [ the future masters of technology will have
Community Relations ] [ to be lighthearted and intelligent. the
Red Hat ] [ machine easily masters the grim and the
] [ dumb. --mcluhan
Hello, I read about the new logo on Fedora People. Might as well throw in
my opinion :)
> It's too clever.
The first time I saw the proposed logo I thought to myself "Why on earth
is there a Möbius strip in the logo?".
I don't want to have to understand a logo.
What about a logo that can be good both with and without understanding it?
FedEx does this with their logo:
At first look, it simply says "FedEx". On closer look, it describes their
business. Look at the arrow between the "E" and "X".
Mod01, mod02, mod03 are all improvements because they try to hide the
difficult-to-explain part of the logo.
I don't like the alt logos at all.
"Bryan J. Smith" <b.j.smith(a)ieee.org> wrote:
> Seriously now, I agree. There probably should be
> regionalized lists for Portugese, Español, etc..., if not
> by country code.
I probably should have taken that one step further.
Given the speaking populous of the United States, and the
infiltration of Linux in the Americas outside the US as well
as international business with the US, it probably wouldn't
hurt to consider even a list that targets the US business and
end-consumer who's primary language is Español.
Living in Florida, I'm quickly running into such
opportunities -- both local and abroad.
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