[Freedombox-discuss] The "new" FreedomBox logo (Was: Re: Condemos: FBx UI & Potential Distro)
mathieu.jourdan at gmail.com
Thu Mar 1 13:36:16 UTC 2012
Le 29 février 2012 15:48, Luka Marčetić <paxcoder at gmail.com> a écrit :
> On 02/28/2012 10:14 PM, Mathieu Jourdan wrote:
>> Le 27 février 2012 23:41, Robert Martinez<mail at mray.de> a écrit :
>>> Find the new logo in all variants here: http://mray.de/FreedomBox-Logo.7z
>>> Can somebody with access to the wiki please upload it there?
>> I updated the wiki with the new logo. I also added a new page :
> Hello all,
> I'm the author of the "gnu in a box" logo currently being used by the
> FreedomBox Foundation, as you can see at
> http://freedomboxfoundation.org/thanks/, and the Wikipedia description page
> for the image.
> I was surprised to see today that Mathieu Jourdan has deleted this logo from
> the Debian wiki and replaced it with a butterfly design by Robert Martinez.
So was I when I saw James updated Plinth with the Butterfly.
I want to make clear that I didn't mean to make the Gnu deasappear
from the wiki, as I thought pictures were under cvs.
> I might be out of the loop here, but was this change discussed, and found to
> be a wanted one? Also, what is the foundation's stance on it?
Needless to say I thought it was because of the above. Personnaly, I
only vaguely remembered threads where most people seemed to enjoy
Robert's proposition. Here it is :
> My patchwork might be crude, but I still prefer it to the butterfly. With
> all due respect to the work that Martinez has done, the butterfly does not
> aesthetically please me. To be clear, I'm aware that improvements on my
> design, or even a complete redesign are a possibility, however, I'm not sure
> the agreement was reached here. In fact, I'm not sure what would constitute
> an agreement in a matter such as this, since my suggestion for voting for
> consensus (older members might remember) was not implemented - by me or
> anyone else as far as I know.
> Mathieu, please revert the changes made to the wiki, unless we agree(d)
As you said, there was no clear agreement. So, I think the best is to
remove any proposition from the first page and put them to the
VisualIdentity page. Robert listed some (all ?) of them in his e-mail
from november. However, I have no time right now to do so, and others
may do as well, or come with a better suggestion.
> Thank you,
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