I like the Parrot, how about something about him/her visiting a cousin in Antarctica named Tux.
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* 1. Re: [fedora-india] Ask Fedora Logo Idea (Suchakra)
* 2. Re: Ask Fedora update (Ryan Lerch)
Date: Tue, 6 Dec 2011 23:27:44 +0530
From: Suchakra <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: [Design-team] [fedora-india] Ask Fedora Logo Idea
To: Fedora Design Team <email@example.com>, * Rahul
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> Well, it depends. If one of the goals of the site is to ultimately fit
> in with the look & feel of other Fedora-hosted applications, I think it
> makes the most sense to follow the standard guidelines because the
> templates and basic design are designed around that style of logo.
I guess that would be one of the goals. But thats for everyone else
involved with this initiative to decide. We can go ahead with
designing only if we know the proper direction. I'd ask other
stakeholders in Ask Fedora to comment on this as well and make things
a bit clear.
> However, if the site's design is meant to be more flexible / less
> in-step with the rest of the Fedora web applications, I don't see any
> problem with doing something else, especially if there are designers
> with the creativity, time, and energy to produce something great (like
> you, if you have the time!
Hmm..lets see if I can get more people involved to drastically alter
the design (if we plan to deviate from the standard one)
> It might make sense to set up a wiki page for the logo & mascot design
> process so we can easily look over everything that's been sent out and
> do proper critiques / store our notes about each mockup in-page? Or
> would it be helpful for me to go through the backlog (is everything
> posted to firstname.lastname@example.org at this point?) and
> provide you folks critiques to help figure out what direction to go in?
Currently, the india-list and the design list as well is cluttered
with unorganized mails about design ideas and stuff related to Ask
Fedora look and feel. It definitely makes sense to organize the design
> Sound like a plan? Does anyone have time to put together the wiki page
> real quick? You could put it under the Design namespace (e.g.,
> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Design/AskFedoraLogo )
Definitely its a plan! *Refer  and  in future for design
progress in Ask Fedora. Thanks a lot for helping us out 'mo'
Date: Wed, 07 Dec 2011 12:56:09 +1000
From: Ryan Lerch <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: [Design-team] Ask Fedora update
To: Fedora Design Team <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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I am still keen to do this for you guys.
On Tue 06 Dec 2011 20:02:25 EST, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> Ask Fedora http://ask.fedoraproject.org is now running the latest Askbot
> with a new default theme. * Due to change in the template and theme
> format, we haven't applied a custom Fedora theme. *Still looking for
> help from someone with knowledge on CSS and maybe design custom buttons etc
> We are looking for help on creating a mascot, logo. *If you are
> interested in participating, do let me know.
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