[Sugar-devel] logo dicussion
samsongoddy at gmail.com
Thu Sep 14 07:36:34 EDT 2017
I didn't wanted to reply earlier because i wanted to be sure what the
discussion was all about. I perfectly understand Sebastian worries. But as
walter mention Sugar Labs was a spinoff of OLPC and that is why the logo is
still present. Now, what i think we should do is to ask SLOBS if we want to
make these changes, make a good logo, the present one from Sebastian is
good but it is similar to Gnome logo. So we should calm them design a new
one that if SLOBS approve the chnages.
As for me, leaving the XO logo from Sugar is a smart move to marketing, our
goal is to make Sugar available to all users not just OLPC by doing that we
should have Sugar OS logo to make things neutral.
Sebastian, since you co-sign the agreement could you please take my
suggestions and make things official by take it to SLOBS make design open
for members to agree on a design because the current one for me is not
These are my thoughts
On Sep 14, 2017 12:20 PM, "Sebastian Silva" <sebastian at fuentelibre.org>
> On 14/09/17 05:40, Gonzalo Odiard wrote:
> Sebastian want a version of sugar-artwork with his own logo,
> he can fork the repository. Sugarlabs repositories should be managed
> according with the community rules
> and looking for consensus.
> Hi Gonzalo,
> As you yourself pointed out in #96, pull requests could be years to be
> accepted. The linked "community rules", mention "reviewers" and
> "maintainers" who in reality don't review or maintain anymore. Much less
> have the guts to make a stand to protect users and downstream's freedom or
> even care about it. Such a process have no meaning when *nobody is
> responsible* for the release. I fully assume responsibility for my
> actions, as I stand by them and will defend them.
> You are welcome to make a pull request and follow the "community rules" to
> get it merged.
> So if OLPC want's to put their trademark in everybody's face, then the
> burden of forking should be on them (note: as they already do, out of
> frustration with our "community rules" not working).
> If we lack a release manager, then the "Development Team" should
> communicate this. The recent release by OLPC of Sugar was a take over which
> I won't allow, not while my name is in a contract, and, more importantly,
> not while it goes against my principles to force a potentially abused
> trademark into every project I love.
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