> ... which, since many distributors of GNOME need to account for
> seems reasonable enough reason to have that space reserved in both
> login screen and any boot-time display (e.g. plymouth) already for a
> and for Fedora to put its logo there.
It sounds like we're going to have a logo in Fedora in any case, but
just for the sake of making my point clear, I really don't see why
former (having that possibility available for specific use cases of
users) would necessarily imply the latter (put a Fedora logo there
apologies to all for adding the full conversation at end of my previous
post....still setting up my mail server, and getting used to it's
I think on install package Fedora needs it's logos shown and so they
What the admin does after that to the mass install version is their own
They are going going to do it anyways...That's what the Corp heads want
and as such is done.
But to decide to drop the logos on release version is to say we are
pre-thinking that event to which there is no need.
nothing wrong with a slide up of the dress to show a bit of
thigh....for that's what it is...you want then here it is honey come and
I would like to pass the vote....go with the logo's....never seen an
admin not look at the pretty thigh and smile back :)
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