mdke at ubuntu.com
Tue Oct 24 08:15:54 BST 2006
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* Corey Burger:
> On 10/23/06, Jono Bacon <jono at ubuntu.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I think we need a cool logo for the Ubuntu project. One that symbolises
>> these things:
> Can I play devils advocate here? Why do Ubuntu projects need logos?
> The marketing, artwork and doc teams don't have one. Country teams are
> slightly different, as are different distros.
> Logos can cause serious issues. They can dilute the overall message,
> but having too many confusing images.
> So, can somebody come up with a clear arguement why the collected loco
> teams need a logo when nobody else does?
I agree - the Ubuntu logo is awesome already and it should be used as it
is without spin-offs, as Corey says, they dilute the message.
The sites I'm involved with, the documentation websites and ubuntu-it
use the original Ubuntu logo, and so do fridge.u.c and planet.u.c for
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