christer.edwards at gmail.com
Tue Oct 24 17:06:01 BST 2006
I agree with the no-logo idea. Our loCo team doesn't even have our own
Wiki or Forum. We suggest using the centrally supported wiki & forum to
keep things global & recognized as Ubuntu as a whole. I feel that if we
created a new logo it'd dilute the Ubuntu logo as a whole.
I think, just as many of us have done, use the central logo & add the
text for the team/group next to or underneath it.
On Tue, 2006-10-24 at 08:54 +0100, Matthew East wrote:
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> > On 10/24/06, Jan Vancura <jenda at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> >> But they don't use _only_ the Ubuntu logo. The fridge has a nice fridge
> >> in the header, and doc.ubuntu.com has a little 'documentation team'
> >> beside it. I think that's what Jono is after - and look at the result.
> >> It's so close to the ubuntu logo that you won't even notice the little
> >> world in there - it's just a little hint thereof... we could even fade
> >> it out a bit more... :)
> > Actually, that little bit is not a full logo, merely a small addon.
> > Even the forums don't have their own logo. Thus all we need is
> > somebody to add the "local teams" to the ubunt one and we are done.
> > Please don't create a full logo.
> Again, agreed - this may be a linguistic thing, but you're confusing a
> logo with a header. All of those sites use the Ubuntu _logo_. Sure, they
> customise the header of the page, as is natural, but the logo is wholly
> As far as I can see that is not the case with the proposed logos so far.
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