Re: Inappropriate use of Debian logo.
Correct, I swirled it too much, that is my point.
What are the odds that the blue logo in question swirled their logo pixel-for-pixel the same as Debian's? I believe the odds are low given the couple minutes of work I put into using the tool (Illustrator).
On Wed, Dec 1, 2010 at 10:30 AM, Mike Hommey <email@example.com>
On Wed, Dec 01, 2010 at 10:24:34AM -0600, Michael Cassano wrote:You swirled it too much. Other than that, it's the same.
> The message from 2005 seems to indicate it was produced using Illustrator,
> not Photoshop.
> Attached is an image I just created using Illustrator 14.0.0, my goal was to
> recreate the Debian logo. I used the 'rough charcoal' brush with the swirl
> tool. I didn't create the original Debian logo but it is clear to me that
> the same technique was used by whoever created Debian's swirl logo. As you
> can see, my swirl shares all the attributes of the Debian logo, but is not
> identical: mine has small three dabs at the end of the swirl in the center
> and the two dabs on the left of the swirl on the outside. Mine is not
> identical because the swirl path in the Debian logo is not the default, mine
> had to be tweaked slightly to get as close as it is.
> There is no question in my mind that the blue logo under debate is a copy of
> the Debian logo, followed by a color change. There are too many degrees of
> freedom (beginning of the swirl path, brush thickness, etc).