The logo on your pagure project is definitely not permitted under our Logo usage
guidelines. Both using it in the current manner and just with the bubble are problematic.
We have a standard logo template for subprojects, it may be something you can use instead.
It's documented in the logo usage guidelines document you pointed out.
Can you explain to me what Fedora UI is meant to be, as UI and UX design projects
generally land under the Fedora Design team, and I can see some potential confusion /
conflict if you're looking to start a new team or project called Fedora UI.
----- Original Message -----
> From: "Gleb Vassiljev" <gleb(a)netkom.se>
> To: design-team(a)lists.fedoraproject.org
> Sent: Wednesday, September 26, 2018 7:43:41 AM
> Subject: [Design-team] Logo usage guidelines
> Hi design-team!
> I discovered this page
> and it makes me wonder if I'm allowed to use the infinity symbol and the
> general shape with "ui" letters (different font) instead of "f"
> fedora-ui project on Pagure. I started to volunteer to Fedora just recently
> so I'm not in any group, and devaluing the Fedora brand is not something I
> wan't to do; I'm genuinely clueless about it.
- here is the logo, I wanted to have
> something that was recognizable but that still had the ui letters. Would it
> be better if I removed the infinity symbol and just had the blue bubble as a
> background? https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/File:Fudcon-symbol_xheight.png
> I'm still learning Pagure. I wanted to add commit rights to @fedora-design
> and it did not work, for some reason it does not appear there. On the other
> hand I managed to add @fedora-web, don't know what's up with that.
> P.S About the https://pagure.io/fedora-ui
namespace, I used it for purely
> organisational reasons -will try to maybe seek some sort of convergence
> between my own project (styledoc) and Fractal.build to make it more flexible
> as a documentation tool for UI, if anyone wants to contribute just say so,
> both are MIT licensed. There's gazzilion ways to do things with Node so I
> feel it's important to keep dependencies to the minimum (and run ``npm
> audit`` to remove vulnerable packages) - just so you know where I stand on
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