On Sun, 2005-08-28 at 16:23 -0500, Patrick Barnes wrote:
Fabian M. Schindler wrote:
> - Blue is a "must" as it is already established as the
> - The circle shape is used as a reference to the RedHat logo, which is
> round, too. As Fedora is a testbed for RedHat, it is only logical to
> tie both Distributions one to another without making the logos twins.
> - The "F" got curved/smoothed down in order to make it look more dynamic.
> - At the "foot" of the Fedora-F there is enough space left for
> additions to the logo: Core, Extras, Legacy, etc.
> - The Fedora-Core logo (as seen in the sketch) will have the current
> number of the Fedora release added in a very light grey/silver shade.
> This adds some distinction to the logo without distracting the overall
I like this one, but doesn't it look like the Fantastic Four logo?
I already have a hard enough time writing/saying "FF" to refer to the
Fedora Foundation. Are we prepared to take the concept further?
Karsten Wade, RHCE * Sr. Tech Writer * http://people.redhat.com/kwade/
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