On Fri, May 23, 2014 at 9:02 AM, drago01 <drago01(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Fri, May 23, 2014 at 2:52 PM, Josh Boyer
> On Fri, May 23, 2014 at 8:47 AM, drago01 <drago01(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Thu, Nov 14, 2013 at 10:26 PM, Ryan Lerch <rlerch(a)redhat.com> wrote:
>>> *This is sent with my Fedora Design Team hat on*
>>> With the creation of 3 products for Fedora, the Fedora Design Team
>>> anticipates manynewquestions aroundFedora'sbrand. As the main caretakers
>>> the Fedora brand, weare going to have to figure these things out within the
>>> next few months. For example, the Design Team is starting to think about how
>>> to answer these types of questions:
>>> * Should each product have its own logo? or
> Why don't you think so? (One word answers don't continue conversation.)
Because it could cause confusion among users and vendors, weaken the
fedora brand as such
and does not seem to solve any real issue anyway.
Its better to ask the one that proposes a change to justify it
instead of the one that says that it should not be changed.
Maybe we are thinking of different ends of what "separate logo" means.
I was thinking more along the lines of:
which isn't a _replacement_ for the Fedora logo, but seems complimentary to it.
>>> * Can you add our product to the Fedora website? or
>> Sure whats the point of having a fedora product that is not on the
>> fedora website ..
> I think the answer is more nuanced than that, and largely depends on
> what Products are actually approved. For now, I agree that having the
> existing 3 Products on the website makes sense.
>>> * Can you make our product its own website?
>> No, shouldn't be needed product do not really overlap.
> I disagree here. I think having a unique website (or landing page)
> might very well be worthwhile. Dismissing this seems premature.
What content would the workstation specific website have that is worth
of having a separate website? A page that explains what workstation is
after selecting or clicking on
the workstation might make sense tough.
"Website" in the full definition of a separately hosted entity
entirely is a lot of overhead, yeah. However, a unique URL might be
useful as a landing page for people looking for a specific product.
Again, I think there's a broad range of options here and dismissing it
without exploring them seems premature.