Fedora Logo: Modifications to the "f" and color

Greg DeKoenigsberg gdk at redhat.com
Wed Nov 9 17:15:58 UTC 2005

On Wed, 9 Nov 2005, Jeff Spaleta wrote:

> It looks to me that this modification drops the idea of the secondary
> color completely, I'm not sure that's the best trade-off. I'd like to
> avoid a situation where new subprojects have to nitpick between 72
> different shades of orange to find just the right one that has
> reasonable contrast but still provide a way for subprojects to make a
> distinction between themselves in the framework of the logo.

This modification does, in fact, drop the idea of a secondary color

I do think there's plenty of debate, long-term, to be had around how
individual subprojects are branded.  But the imperative was to nail down
this first logo, and the prospect of maintaining a complex color palette
for all the colors of the rainbow simply didn't seem practical in the end.


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