On Fri, 2013-05-03 at 14:56 -0400, Tuomas Kuosmanen wrote:
> >> The "key" idea is interesting in that it
stresses out central
> >> point SSSD takes when accessing a system.
> >> I've did some word play on SSSD recently:
> >> http://abbra.fedorapeople.org/sssd-nobody.png
> > I like they one with the key, too. The lock represents some kind
> > of hardening or IDS tool to me more than "access".
> I agree. I'd like to see some variations on the key theme as well.
Ok, good feedback. The key idea was the first one I got, the lock
kinda fits the letter d as it has a loop. Indeed, maybe the sssd logo
should focus on "enable access" rather than "lock everything out" :)
I'm trying to get a good picture about what sssd is about and what it
is not. This was a good pointer on the right direction.
Thanks! I'll give the key variant a few iterations.
SSSD is as much (or more) about identity than access, so an ID Card type
of logo can also be used.
Simo Sorce * Red Hat, Inc * New York