Rex Dieter of the KDE Red Hat third party repository has been
interviewed in Dot KDE. An interesting interview for those want to know
more about the details behind the formation of this repository, people
working on it, differences with the formal Fedora KDE packages and a
potential avenue for better collaboration in the future
We need to determine colors for various projects that havent decided on
Core - Blue
Legacy - Green
Extras - ?
Documentation - ?
What about a slogan? - "Do the Right Thing" is good for me from the
earlier suggestions. Discuss, decide and go for one now.
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This thread gives me an opportunity to let everyone in on the long-term
strategy for Fedora logo usage.
In the short term, I am the gate for Fedora logo requests. I've just
returned from holiday, and I'll be authorizing logo usage requests myself
later today. I'll also be noting the general patterns of WHY people are
requesting usage, gathering instances of "typical cases."
Once I've got a good sample, I'll take these "typical cases" to counsel,
and we'll build a clickthru usage policy. People will be able to read a
set of very basic guidelines, agree to them, give us contact information,
and then they will be granted logo images and permission automatically.
Should take no more than a couple of months.
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Community Relations ] [ to be lighthearted and intelligent. the
Red Hat ] [ machine easily masters the grim and the
] [ dumb. --mcluhan
On Mon, 26 Dec 2005, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> > I think that the problem is that Use of the Fedora Logo needs to be
> > 'authorised'. Of Course, people are allowed to sell `Fedora Core` for
> > as much as they want (as long as they do not violate GPL).
> No. We dont need to authorize each and every instance. We can setup
> guidelines just like we have the trademark guidelines and ask anyone who
> wants to redistribute Fedora CD's and use the logos to go through these
> guidelines and follow them. The current guidelines available
> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Marketing/Logo are *temporary*.
> > But how much money are we really going to get out of them?
> We dont really need money from anyone who merely redistributes Fedora
> without any modifications as long as they follow the very reasonable
> guidelines put forward. We can request them to contribute to Fedora
> Foundation (remember its a non-profit and the amount can only used for
> Fedora) say a fixed percentage of sales returns in exchange for vendor
> listings and joint promotions perhaps but thats not absolutely necessary
> if they want to just do things on their own.
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