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Re: Does blue make you blue?



On Wed, 30 Jul 2008, Gian Paolo Mureddu wrote:

> Max Spevack escribió:
> > On Wed, 30 Jul 2008, Gian Paolo Mureddu wrote:
> >
> > > In my opinion Blue has become part of the Fedora identity, from the Logo
> > > to the desktop themes and defaults.  Sure some other colors blended in
> > > with it are welcome, but I do believe that Blue now has an identity to
> > > Fedora as much as red did for Red Hat back in the day (I mean in the days
> > > of Red Hat Linux as the free version of Red Hat).
> >
> > Blue = Fedora.  Mix in some other stuff as appropriate, but I believe that
> > Blue is now "our" color.  We shouldn't give that up.  Ubuntu has brown,
> > OpenSuse has green.  Red Hat has red.  We have blue. Personally, I like that
> > we maintain that general blue-ish feel.  Play with the shades if you like,
> > mix in some spice and variety if you like, but I think Fedora should always
> > be identifiable with the color blue.
> >
> > Just my $.02,
> > Max
>
> My thoughts exactly. The color has become part of the identity of the
> distribution itself, as much as other colors have become part of other
> distributions. Other distributions may share colors as well: green SuSE and
> Mint, purple Gentoo and Mandriva or blue Fedora and Arch. And I like our
> Blue-ish hue.
>

And we picked a good blue.  It's pretty darn sexy for a blue.

	-Mike

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