On Sun, Mar 28, 2010 at 5:04 PM, Jukka Palander <jukka(a)devspain.com> wrote:
Great job. It is important to have those flyers, but I have just one
more thing to put in consideration here.
Why don't we say more clearly that Fedora is alternative to Windows or
We would be engaged in a trademark obligation "state the trademark
owners" and IMHO the last thing we want to do in a Fedora Flyer is to
mention Apple Inc and Mircosoft
People might get bit confused if we just say it is an operating
based on Linux. There are a huge group of people out there who does not
understand what is an operating system. They know Windows and they may
know Mac or Linux (as one system), but they are not familiar with Fedora
I think we should say more clearly the whole thing. Like:
"Fedora Linux OS" or "Linux Fedora OS".
Fedora IS an operating system with not "Linux Fedora"or something else...
We are based on GNU/Linux kernel and technologies so we need not to
confuse someone with Linux OS Fedora Linux and such things...
Also I think we should say everywhere that it is _free_ alternative to
Windows and OSX. I think this is the only way to get Fedora more known
within "ordinary" and "non-tech" people.
One correction, it is the "free and open source" alternative of
*whatever* . Stating simply *free* is wrong (technically, ethically,
On Sun, 2010-03-28 at 14:52 +0200, Zoltan Hoppar wrote:
> I have an a question: this page  contains an general flyer about
> Is it possible to have it somehow editable / translatable format?
>  https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Marketing_Fedora_flyer
> PGP: 06853DF7
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