[arch-dev-public] Freshen Arch's Graphical Identity (Logo)

Varun Acharya ganja.guru.x64 at gmail.com
Mon Oct 15 14:58:11 EDT 2007

Aaron Griffin wrote:
> On 10/15/07, Damir Perisa <damir.perisa at solnet.ch> wrote:
>> Monday 15 October 2007, Aaron Griffin wrote:
>>  | I like all these ideas. Let us say that each submission needs 3
>>  | things: 1) A 128x128 logo (or vector)
>>  | 2) A favicon
>>  | 3) A CD cover
>>  |
>>  | Does that sound good?
>> 4) provide list of maximal 16 used colours with RGB values (this is
>> then the colour scheme) - gradients do not count but the colours
>> defining the gradient (from colour A to colour B over colour C) do
>> count.
>> this would ensure professionallity... and make our publications
>> (website, newsletters, docs, wiki, ...) more corporate-identity
>> constant ... if thats what we want to have ;)
> Great idea.
> Dan's bootsplash idea is good too, BUT, we should't require it.
> Optional submissions should probably include gnome, kde, ooo spash
> screens and the like.
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I think were getting a little ahead of ourselves here... I suggest we 
just stick to the 'svg/128x128' as the entry requirement for the 
contest. Devs/TU's could decide a winner from these entries and then the 
winner/community can go ahead and make other things like 
favicon,cdcovers,splash screens etc. We shouldn't unwillingly turn off 
people who are creative but have less time on their hands by making the 
contest requirements difficult.


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