[CentOS-docs] Images don't resolve on ArtWork/Logo

Alain Reguera Delgado

areguera at allmail.net
Tue Sep 29 15:09:13 UTC 2009

On Fri, 25 Sep 2009 14:23 +0100, "Karanbir Singh" <mail-lists at karan.org>
> The only *official* artwork is whats on mirror.centos.org - and to be 
> honest, i dont think we have either the sources for that stuff anymore 
> neither access to the person who made them.

I found the same, so I started a proposition.

> So, at the moment everything that we do should be based 'off' those 
> images. We need to change that situation in the future, but not now. 
> There are other things that need resolving first. The special emphasis 
> would be on the logo and the fontface used in those images, we need to 
> stick with that. For now anyway.

The CentOS Logo is the main visual representation of CentOS Project. It
is very important to have very well defined that visual representation
over different backgrounds and available sources in order to let people
improve it and propagate it along each CentOS visual manifestation
(Websites, Promotion, Distribution), in the "correct way". The "correct
way" of propagating it needs to be described publicly somewhere (maybe
in our wiki).

I think that CentOS needs a "Corporate Visual Identity Manual". Some
sort of guide that let people have a reference for doing the needed work
in a organized manner visually. Also define what visual structure we are
following. How it is built and how it could be propagated. For example,
in the Distribution area, Fedora project had do it very well in the
following wiki page:

I could organize what I have somewhere on our wiki for others to check
and improve, if you are interested on it.

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