The purpose is to promote Linux as a whole. The goal is something like this, but simplified:

It will not be associated with any club, organization, or event, nor will any association be implied in the design or otherwise. All shirts will be sold at cost and in person. It's distribution will primarily be among friends and classmates. 

With your permission, we'd like to have our college's Linux user group take care of selling them.

The ticket site says I should contact this distribution list, or the private one for more private matters. Would you prefer I open a ticket on the public list here, or the private one?

Thanks for all of your help,
Jeff McGovern
Phone: 949.632.8855

On Fri, Mar 25, 2016 at 9:04 AM, Matthew Miller <> wrote:
On Fri, Mar 25, 2016 at 04:01:09AM -0000, wrote:
> What is the process for getting a t-shirt design that uses the Fedora
> logo approved by the Council?

First, work with the Design team to make sure the design fits in with
the brand guidelines — see <>.
Then, submit a ticket at <>.

What's the purpose of the design? Do be aware that we've been pretty
strict about use of Fedora trademarks for third-party merchandise in
the past.

Matthew Miller
Fedora Project Leader
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