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Re: I want a virtual Fedora coffee table book and you are going to help me get it.



Well, there are two options I can think of :

we could complement the blue ribbon with a thinner White ribbon inside
of it so it resembles (but is not the same as) the Fedora logo, or we
can use indistinctly a White ribbon when wearing blue clothes

what do you guys think of this ?

On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 9:47 AM, Jeff Spaleta <jspaleta gmail com> wrote:
> On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 6:36 AM, Alejandro Acosta
> <aacosta fedoraproject org> wrote:
>> How about a Blue (Fedora blue of course) ribbon laced as the infinity
>> symbol? It's easy, universal and we can easily use it on our shirts
>> (over our hearts) attached with a single pin
>>
>
> If this isn't it... its definitely the right direction. My concern
> however with this particular object is that it might be too small to
> consistently photograph well.  Especially how it would look sitting
> over the blue fedora polo-shirts or other fedora swag people might be
> wearing.  It's so inexpensive that this could actually be attempted at
> an upcoming event where there is a Fedora booth to see how it looks.
>
> But in general I like the direction.  I like the idea of not using
> "the" fedora brand as the symbol.   People can wear or not wear fedora
> branded swag or stickers as they see fit, when they have their candid
> taken with the object.  In fact I would love to see pictures of people
> decked out in upstream swag without a single Fedora branded item in
> the picture, but holding the brand neutral symbol for the ideals of
> the Fedora project.
>
> -jef
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