[ubuntu-uk] help Ubuntu/freesoftwareize the third season of the IT crowd!
bill.quinn at linuxit.com
Wed Aug 13 09:03:11 BST 2008
As the only UK Partner for Canonical, we would be willing to forward
contact details or requests. If it helps.
From: ubuntu-uk-bounces at lists.ubuntu.com
[mailto:ubuntu-uk-bounces at lists.ubuntu.com] On Behalf Of Dave Walker
Sent: 12 August 2008 19:13
To: gordallott at gmail.com; British Ubuntu Talk
Subject: Re: [ubuntu-uk] help Ubuntu/freesoftwareize the third season of
the IT crowd!
Gordon Allott wrote:
> A friend poked me towards
> today, which is the blog of graham linehan (creator/writer of the it
> crowd), basically the jist is that normally he designs the look of the
> it crowd, all the t-shirts and stickers and such but doesn't have time
> for this season so is asking his blog readers to submit ideas, I think
> this is the perfect opportunity for us to get some propaganda into TV
> land ;)
> Please send your suggestions to ben.capel at talkbackthames.tv
> We also need to get legal permission to use the stuff, and we need to
> get it fast, so please include as much information as you can
> regarding contact details etc etc.
Interesting, i contacted the creator of the show during Series 2 with
the intention of getting a Ubuntu poster in the background. They said
it wasn't out of the question, but Series 3 was not yet in the planning
stage. I would imagine that the 'Highway' poster would be less than
ideal, but one stating "Ubuntu, Linux for Human Beings" only would be a
really good idea.
We would need to speak to Canonical to get clearing for the logo, i
can't imagine them saying No. So the next thing is getting a suitable
sized poster. If it's just a plain poster, would should probably
consider getting a run of at least 10 - as i know i'd certainly consider
I've added this idea to the IdealsPool of the Wiki . We should
probably try and construct a suitable email to Ben. If we start this on
the Wiki, we could all try and chime in with suggestions.
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