Máirín Duffy (duffy(a)fedoraproject.org) said:
> - fedora icon on the panel
> - MgOpen/Comfortaa on materials/web site
> - Some sort of blue background each release (with no continuity
> from release to release)
> The first of these isn't noticeable unless you're looking really close;
> the second isn't relevant to the desktop, and the third is actually
> satisfied by the proposed change.
>From the web page banner to the disc label/sleeve to
syslinux/grub/firstboot/anaconda to the wallpaper there is a common
(these don't show the print collateral but I think show the point of
That's continuity within a release, yes. What I'm saying is that there's
very little continuity of the artwork from release to release *other* than
the color; some are more abstract, some are less, some are sharper (like
F-14), some are more soft-focus (like F-13).
What I intended to say is that given that, I would think that a random
outside observer could look at *any* distro that has a blue, non-photograph
background, and think "hm, must be Fedora", unless they already know which
sort of blue backgrounds Fedora has chosen.