Fedora Remix mark

Jayme Ayres jayme at jaymeayres.com
Thu Oct 16 11:49:55 UTC 2008

Hi folks!

I know ... I know I'm late (again!) And I prefer that the proposal number 5
which I did, and why not the "i" is not reversed, as the proposal of spin is
to "change" Fedora?
I like the proposal of Mo and Nicu, but I think the corners are very
rounded, my preference in this design is further soften the corners with the
closing tipography Fedora.
As the color palette: I thought the colors chosen have a very pastel shade
(the weather reminds me of the northern hemisphere, despite never having
gone over there ... lol), and as I am Brazilian and I enjoy contrasting
colors and a little warmer. I have published a new palette with my proposal
and I hope you like it.
I apologize for the delay and my English primary (Greg knows how my English
is terrible) but I'm striving for the most part of the discussions.



2008/10/16 Nicu Buculei <nicu_fedora at nicubunu.ro>

> Máirín Duffy wrote:
>> My recommendation is this design, but let's try it with
>> remix spelled out normally instead of with the !.
>> https://fedoraproject.org/w/uploads/6/61/Fedora_secondary_logo_drafts_nicubunu_color.png
> Added an update:
> https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Image:Fedora_secondary_logo_drafts_nicubunu_color1.png
>  Do we need to provide a palette of possible colors? Or is it
>> okay to be open-ended in the usage guidelines for this mark?
>> Or both? :)
> This time I tried a single logo and a swatch for the other colors (used
> Agave to find fitting colors)
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