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Re: CD Artwork



Patrick,
> If you want to tackle materials that go along with packaging and labelling, we 
> really don't have much.  Beyond the logo and artwork on the website and the 
> basic artwork for labelling DVD media, we really don't have much of anything.  
> For example, we have nothing for box art.  The Marketing project can always 
> use new artwork, too.  We can use presentations, brochures, hand-outs, 
> banners, etc.  If you want specific suggestions, try the project's mailing 
> list.
> 
> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Marketing
I took a quick look at the url you provided. Didn't see a full list of artwork
we need. Is there a wiki page for that? 

I'm not sure you are the right person to ask or not. If not, let me know
who the right person to talk to?
 
thanks,
Lisa 
> > I have one comment to your statement:
> >
> > "We do want to give distributors as
> > much flexibility as possible to use different types of media and packaging
> > and to prepare and decorate that packaging in a suitable manner."
> >
> >
> > "Suitable manner" is the question. As stated on the wiki, burning to CDR
> > and writing "Fedora™ Core 5" on it with a felt tip reflects poorly on
> > the project as a whole and should be discouraged. I guess my question
> > could be re-stated: "What's the minimum acceptable?" or "What's
> > encouraged?". Obviously you don't want to set something up where the
> > Fedora project has to "approve" layouts, but what would the Fedora
> > project like to see?
> >
> 
> New Trademark Guidelines are also in the works.  They will more clearly define 
> how the Fedora logo and trademark can be used.  Until they are established, 
> specific usage cases can be presented for consideration.
> 
> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Logo
> 
> Of course, we really don't want to stop the average user from burning CD-Rs 
> and labelling them with a Sharpie, but vendors who sell the media are 
> expected to produce more presentable materials.  We don't have standards or 
> guidelines for this right now, only the requirements named by the current 
> trademark guidelines.  Until we define something solid, we'll most likely 
> just establish guidelines by precedent.
> 
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