Hi, first of all: dear publicity team, thanks for handling this so very well. Even though these are very sad circumstances, I was proud and happy being part of Debian when I read Laura's mail here yesterday. Same goes for Ian's memorial event at FOSDEM. Thank you. On Sonntag, 31. Januar 2016, Stefano Zacchiroli wrote: > Uhm, I'm not entirely sure. My point is that, I suspect, we want the > official logos on that page to look "normal" also during exceptional > circumstances (e.g., for people who might want to download and store > them). Whereas the logos that appear as part of the website theme should > look exceptional during exceptional circumstances. And you can't have > both. > > So I think we need a dedicated URL for logos meant to be hotlinked. And > to give someone (like the publicity team) the ability to make the files > behind those URLs point to either the normal logos, or the exceptional > ones, as needed. While I think this is a technically sound proposal how to do hotlinking, I'm not sure I want to do that for the services I maintain, as a matter of principle. Hotlinking to a different site is bad, as this leaks visitor information to a different entitity. Granted, it's a different entity in the same organisation, but still. cheers, Holger
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