On 12/21/2012 03:16 AM, Jon Masters wrote:
On 12/21/2012 02:53 AM, Andrew Wafaa wrote:
> On Fri, 2012-12-21 at 07:39 +0000, jcm(a)redhat.com wrote:
>> On 12/21/2012 02:17 AM, Peter Robinson wrote:
>>> The Fedora project has a couple of approved companies for making of
>>> t-shirts and other things and they know the logo guidelines process
>>> etc. I suggest once we have details of the ARM stuff we can probably
>>> ask OSAS for assistance or direction, I can ask/take the task to see
>>> if they can assist us.
>> On a related note, I'll ping nirik about the download page the websites
>> team made as I have permission from ARM to use the "ARM Powered" logo
>> that page (only). The ARM logos come with an 18 page usage guidelines
>> document, and it's pretty restricted what can officially use the logo.
>> Sure, many websites and projects infringe, but we're going to dot every
>> i and cross every t on this stuff - I have no interest in ever annoying
>> ARM. I'll inquire about t-shirts...that will be complex.
> Thanks for making sure things are dotted and crossed :-) Unfortunately
> it may be tight to get clearance before the end of this year. I will try
> my best to see what can happen.
I've sent email to Jeff and Philippe. Feel free to assist :)
> It may be that I don't get a response until the around the 11th Jan,
> which is the week before FUDCon - would that be too late? Regardless
> I'll see what I can do so that you don't have to worry about it in the
My email to the usual ARM suspects asked both about logo and also just
proper use of the "ARM" name. I suspect we can just put "ARM"
but I would like to know what the community guidelines are. And, if this
needs to go in as a Connected Community thing, RH is a member of that.
Whatever angle works. Appreciate the poking.
So, actually answering your question...I don't know what Chris has in
mind for printing options. I suspect we could find a local print shop in
Lawrence and have something turned around pretty quickly. Actually, let
me ask Rikki, copied, if she can let us know what local printer
options there are for t-shirts in town if we needed something done
within a few days? Maybe Chris or one of us will do something and take
with us, but hey, let's get all of the options!
 A Lawrence local, community manager for USENIX, managing editor of
their magazine, and my Kansas Marathon running partner back in Oct.