Michael Banck <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > Because we specifically look for something which is (i) official and > (ii) different from the usual stuff. >> I think its value of reconnaisance ("Wiederekennungswert" - sry) is >> higher than the "official official" logo since all of the community >> projects use and spread word about it. > The official logo still has the swirl (preferably the usual one, as I > said before) and if we add 'Debian' as text, it should get recognized > fairly reliably. Ok. The Official Logo with the exchanged swirl with the "Debian" below and nothing on the back. Poloshirt. XXL of course, you small guys need to get a bit bigger now! :) Is there anyone against exchanging the Swirl on the Official Logo for this? The license for the official logo is clear enough, "it may be used for T-Shirts as long as they are made by a DD and not sold for profit". Me, no profit, works. :) >> Additionally a large "debian" maybe with the official logo below on the >> back would doubtlessly sign the staff wearing them as "the right" >> representatives to talk to. > In a perfect world, you face the visitors and don't turn you back on > them. :) In a perfect world we would release every 6 month. :) There is "T-Shirt art from LT 99" on the logos web site: http://www.debian.org/logos/tshirt-lt99.jpg -- bye Joerg Das kannst du vielleicht mir erzaehlen, aber nicht jemanden, der Ahnung hat.
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