BTW, is either one of the two the "official" or "preferred" one? I think at
one point you referred to them as the box-hopping-gnu and the butterfly-gnu
:) Then there's also the one at http://freedomboxfoundation.org/
Also, any update on the licensing question that came up a while ago, or is
that still kind of unclear?
For example, would anything be wrong with using a modified version of one
of the logos for a local FreedomBox community, e.g. see here?
On Thu, Dec 6, 2012 at 9:59 PM, Nick M. Daly <nick.m.daly at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ted Smith writes:
> > On Fri, 2012-12-07 at 01:01 +0100, Alexander Berntsen wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> First-time poster here. Nice to meet you all!
> >> Seemingly "all" foundations of every kind make money off of various
> >> merchandise. I'm sorry if this is corny or just really ridiculous in
> >> the present state of the project, but what if the Freedombox
> >> Foundation sold T-shirts, and perhaps other things - stickers, mugs,
> >> whatever? It could be a neat way to "inspire" donations, if it is
> >> feasible to make it happen. It could be partially funded by people
> >> ordering in advance; so basically crowd funding. There are lots of
> >> potential ideas we could discuss.
> >> Sorry if this has been raised previously. I did skim the last few
> >> months in the archive, but found no mention of anything similar. Also
> >> sorry if this is not the appropriate forum for such discussions; if
> >> so, please direct me to the appropriate forum.
> > This probably should have been done before the holiday season was so
> > looming -- I'd've bought several.
> You can put your own together, easily enough:
> You'll probably want to use Inkscape to export the SVGs to PNGs at 300
> dpi (at 12 inches, or 3600 px wide), at least.
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