Martin Owens doctormo at gmail.com
Tue Aug 7 15:47:52 BST 2007


I think we can use the Mass logo on an ID badge, that would suffice to
let people know who we are, what we're up to and make us look official
when out and about. it would also let people know at installfests
who's volunteering to help with problems (rather than who just turned
up and is hanging around lol)


On 07/08/07, Joshua McGinnis <goodespeler at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I just want to jump in here and add my marketing two cents to Joseph's
> comments.
> Part of the challenge folks new to Linux face is choosing a distribution.
> There's just a lot of options to choose from and choosing one really just
> adds to the overall barrier of entry. Since our primary goal is not only to
> get people to switch or use Linux, but more specifically the Ubuntu distro,
> I think it does make more sense to use an unmodified Ubuntu logo when
> promoting events.
> That's why something like this design appeals to me most:
> http://vorian.org/wp-content/uploads/2007/07/mynewshirt.png
> Ubuntu already has a good amount of brand equity that we can utilize. One
> recommendation would be that if we decide to use a design such as the one
> linked above, that we put the Ubuntu name below it.
> The group-specific logos are great for wearing to the meetings and enticing
> others to join us (join our group, get a t-shirt).
> Joshua

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