Max Spevack wrote:
On Thu, 24 Jul 2008, Paul W. Frields wrote:
What do you say? Do you have any problem with us producing a bunch
of the "I *heart* Fedora" tshirts?
Fedora EMEA e.V. is producing these shirts, correct? They have a
trademark licensing agreement.
The T-shirt shown doesn't have our official logo on it, but I think
there ought to be one -- a small one on the upper back, or on one
sleeve. That helps to keep the brand identification even though the
front has a completely different presentation of the word "fedora."
I think that single change would be sufficient for me to say, "Go for
Sounds good. What do you think, Art Team? Any chance you guys can whip
that up for us?
If I understand Paul's request correctly, the requirement is to have
this very logo http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Image:Logo_fedoralogo.png
on the sleeve (I think I would like it better this way, just like the
sleeve of the polo shirt, only without the "ambassador" word and with
blue text - ) or on the back.
Blue text? No; I think Paul want's to have the last (heart) one modified
with the "official Logo" (and afai understood _ONLY_ the logo [somewhere])
on the shirt ..
The logo (http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Logo) consists from both the
logotype (the "fedora" text in a light blue Bryant font) and the symbol
(the infinity bubble).
According with the usage guidelines
(http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Logo/UsageGuidelines) in some cases one
can use either the logotype or the symbol, but usually when talking
about the logo one understand a composition including both of them.
Also, according to the guidelines, the logotype is light blue, but when
used against a dark background, it is allowed to make it white, that was
the case with the blue ambassador polo I mentioned before. When I said
"blue text" I wanted to make a distinction: to not use a blue text like
in that case, but the normal light blue.
Attached is what I think you are describing, but not what I understand
Paul asked for. Anyway, if you like it, feel free to use.
Just applying the logo (I believe Fedora EMEA e.V. already has the
source for it) at a certain size (larger for the back, smaller for the
Fedora EMEA e.V. has only a trademark licensing agreement and prodcued
Stitch cards for producing the "Ambassador Polo Shirt" many, many European
Ambassadors are wearing at several events like FOSDEM, Linuxtag and it is
also gone to the US with paul, Max, Mike McGrath and Tom "Spot"
"The source" is the SVG of the logo, which is trivial to get (acailable
in many sources of our graphics) but officially you have to ask for. So
if you asked for the logo to create the polo, I bet you have the file
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