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We already have that art, actually, because it's required to burn our 
promotional copies.  Maybe I'll just make it available with terms.

/me thinks on it.

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On Fri, 23 Sep 2005, Jeff Spaleta wrote:

> On 9/23/05, Greg DeKoenigsberg <gdk redhat com> wrote:
> >
> > I like the idea of co-branding.  A lot.
> >
> > In fact, I think that the entire distro should be a lot more co-brandable
> > than it is.  At the very least, we should be able to allow LUGs to burn
> > their own versions of Fedora that have their own (homepage in Firefox) and
> > (spiffy default background image) or whatever.
> 
> Uhm... thats a bigger deal than what I talking about... i much bigger
> deal... since you are talking about respinning and changing the
> checksums of the isos. I'm going to back away from that for the
> moment..though I'll gladly poke you in the eye about it once the
> foundation is up and running.
> 
> I'm just looking for "official" cd-label art that can come on the
> "official" core isos every release, that people can use when burning
> media so its instantly recognizable as "fedora core" media no matter
> which organization actually burned the disks AND it has a place for
> the organization to add their name/logo so they can get credit/blame
> for providing the install media. Its a simple recipe in terms of
> information that should be on the labels, but the layout and design
> are a matter of taste... hence why I think this needs to go through a
> designer process like the logo.
> 
> The information that needs to be on the labels provided on the isos is easy:
> 1: Fedora watermark/trademark
> 2: Release name/number  (release 5 aka yermomma)
> 3: Disk name/number  (i386 Disk 1) or (SRPM Disk 2)
> 4: "Provided by:"
> 5: space for organization watermark/trademark to go (PETA)
> 6: optionally space for burn-on date or other batch/serial number to
> go. (#93901-aa3)
> 
> Basically I'm talking about provided one png/jpg per disk that is part
> of an official iso release, with a short file explaining that its okay
> to modify the image to add your organizations name/logo in the
> provided space.. but please don't change the layout or design of the
> images in any other way.
> 
> -jef
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