Quoting Jon Masters <jcm(a)redhat.com>:
On Sat, 2011-06-11 at 14:20 -0400, omalleys(a)msu.edu wrote:
> Another idea.. I can't -quite- make it fit, but..
> F RISC e
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A+ for imagination, but...
I think it's overly "busy" and complicated, plus the reading of "Get
RISC" doesn't necessarily inspire people who don't know what that means
- and we do live in a world where the average enthusiastic but not yet
involved person who wants to get involved, even with Fedora on ARM may
not know terms like "Harvard Architecture", RISC, and so forth.
I agree it could look too busy, but "Get FRISCY you" or "Get FRISCE
Everyone" Is eye catching. :) I could talk my 21 yr old neighbor girls
into wearing them. even though when you ask them what kind of computer
they have, they answer "pink". Although im not sure it could replace
the "P I N K" on their butts..
Personally, I favor a really simple design along the lines that
posted. It says "Fedora ARM", it is what it says :)
Here are a few I threw out.. They might sound better to someone else..
"A Call to ARM(s)" With a cellphone and the Fedora Logo in the display
and the logo has interlocking arms around it.
"High Power, Low Energy" with a Fedora ARM logo in the middle.
(Possibly with a lightning bolt through the middle although that might
look to deadheadish..)
"My ARM(s) can perform wonders (what about yours?/Try it)"
"More capable with Reduced Instructions".
"Not Hot, just RISCy"
"I can execute(/fit) in places, you've only(/never) dreamed of" or
"performing in places, you've only dreamed of"
"Performs best in Tight Spaces"
"Great performance in tight spaces"