[Ubuntu-be] Ubuntu poster - new version with the circle of friends
patrick.coeman at 171.be
Sat Jun 3 14:07:50 BST 2006
The posters are in Dutch / French, I presume that people who buy a
computer have the ability that they can read. So I don't think that's a
point for the introduction of 'nationalism' in the local Ubuntu story...
:-D Otherwise I go for a local Antwerp version because Antwerp is the
centre of the Universe ;-)
Christophe Vandeplas schreef:
> Patrick Coeman wrote:
> >> I hate nationalism (Flemish, Belgian, European, etc...) so I need local
> >> versions for software because the easy that we have with local
> >> But please not a 'Flemish yellow/black or Belgian black/yellow/red'
> >> flyer please. I think that's against the philosophy of Ubuntu: 'all
> >> colours, all equal'... Please correct me if I am wrong.
> There you may have a point.
> The original idea to add the belgian-colors in the logo was to link it
> with ubuntu-be. A person looking at the poster should see that they can
> get support and help in Belgium and more specifically in his
> Making a neutral-poster without any nationalism-colors (Belgian,
> European, Planetarian,...) does indeed fit into the ubuntu-spirit. But
> *how* link the 'we are close to you-and-ready-to-help' thing?
> Christophe Vandeplas - Belgium
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