[Design-team] Fedora Linux Day - Santiago, Chile
arttorney at hotmail.com
Wed Sep 2 16:23:46 UTC 2009
I have emailed for the approved copy of the Fedora Symbol, specifically describing what I intend to do with it.
The thing I am pretty sure I had done to get that unauthorized version was to Google image search for "fedora logo" which produces a first page showing that version on three sites: www.windows-hq.com has it as a .png file and dcala.wordpress.com/ has the same as a .jpg file in the July 30, 2009 post. The third is musinpice.blogspot.com where it appears in the October 12, 2005 post along side of a substantially forward slanted version that the blogger had drawn himself.
From: arttorney at hotmail.com
To: design-team at lists.fedoraproject.org
Date: Wed, 2 Sep 2009 09:39:05 -0600
Subject: Re: [Design-team] Fedora Linux Day - Santiago, Chile
I'll do that (email). I will see if I can retrace my steps about where the other one came from that I grabbed for this mockup. With one more tutorial, I should know enough inkscape to re-do this whole thing as a scalable vector drawing. I will research the precise aspect ratio and field placement of the Chilean Flag too. Thanks for the comments everybody. I am still learning how to swim and appreciate all the help I can get.
> Date: Wed, 2 Sep 2009 10:36:18 -0400
> From: mairin at linuxgrrl.com
> To: design-team at lists.fedoraproject.org
> Subject: Re: [Design-team] Fedora Linux Day - Santiago, Chile
> Hi Charles,
> On 09/01/2009 08:02 PM, Charles Sutton wrote:
> > OK. I understand from my reading of the usage guidelines of the Fedora
> > Logo and symbol that I cannot present the symbol in the manner of the
> > Chilean Flag I made yesterday. This current attached version leaves at
> > least the minimum clear space and adds in the required TM. It is my
> > first thing so I am curious to see what everybody thinks. It is a raster
> > drawing, and so as it currently stands could not be scaled up to be a
> > basis of the poster Mr. Montero will someday need.
> Where did you get that copy of the Fedora logo? that is from one of the
> early mockups of the Fedora logo, but it is not the standard logo we
> use. You'll note that the lighter blue is much lighter than it should
> be, and the top right and bottom left ends of the 'f' are longer than
> they normally are in the official logo.
> Can you email logo at fedoraproject.org to get proper copies of the logo to
> design-team mailing list
> design-team at lists.fedoraproject.org
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