[IAEP] Add Fedora logo to Sugar
morgan.collett at gmail.com
Sat Dec 6 08:47:07 EST 2008
On Sat, Dec 6, 2008 at 15:34, Tomeu Vizoso <tomeu at sugarlabs.org> wrote:
> From http://wiki.laptop.org/go/User:Eben#Tasks:
> Add Fedora logo to Sugar
> We've agreed to include the Fedora logo in our Sugar distributions.
> (Is this an OLPC agreement, or something SugarLabs should be doing in
> general?) I've added some thoughts to the ticket (Trac #8767) , but
> I'd like to get some more feedback and finalize a plan so this doesn't
> become a last-minute problem.
> SugarLabs wants to help distributions ship Sugar but isn't in the
> distribution business itself. Distributions are free to take the code
> we release and modify it at will to better suit their interests. Now,
> if distros want to be able to incorporate their brands in the Sugar UI
> and would prefer not to have to apply their own patches to every
> release, we could devise some way for distros to brand their Sugars
> without patching code.
> Distro people: what would you like to do regarding branding?
I'm quite happy with carrying a patch in the ubuntu packages, and I'm
sure it would be no problem for debian either. Ubuntu has its logo on
the GNOME panel with the Applications menu, so seems equivalent to
I think it would be good if the Sugar tarball releases carry no
specific logo by default (or perhaps a Sugar Labs logo?) with each
distro including OLPC patching in their desired logo. That would
ensure there is a well documented method to do the patch.
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