Gentoo Archives: gentoo-pr

From: Sven Vermeulen <swift@g.o>
To: gentoo-pr@l.g.o
Subject: Re: Re: [gentoo-pr] Theory on Poster(s),size info, printer friendly.
Date: Sun, 04 Jan 2004 08:47:07
In Reply to: Re: Re: [gentoo-pr] Theory on Poster(s),size info, printer friendly. by "Robert G. Waycott"
On Sun, Jan 04, 2004 at 12:15:36AM -0500, Robert G.Waycott wrote:
> I have been checking out the artwork that I've seen > posted to the list lately, and it has been pretty good. I think there is a > great need for consistency in any posters and other published visual goods > meant for PR. This is, of course, the essence of public relations, right? > That people ought to be able to look at something and say, "Yep, that's > Gentoo." And this entails more than just slapping the Gentoo G on > everything, doesn't it? Just to clarify my own intentions, my question was > an inquiry on whether submissions/suggestions for PR materia are generally > accepted/considered/encouraged--given that they are aligned with the Gentoo > [PR] philosophy and media-specific standards. I hope that helps.
Consistency is indeed very important. If we would just sketch up dozens of designs, they could very well be just placed in some artwork gallery without further meaning. The designs we are looking for are designs that show the world we are talking about Gentoo and that Gentoo is a professional project/distribution. Not some hacked up version based on RedHat like the majority of distributions. Choices are good, but when it comes down to public relations and visibility, we must make sure that it is consistent with one another. This is not only true for designs but also other material (press maps, presentations, website, ...). To answer your question: of course submissions/suggestions are encouraged! Wkr, Sven Vermeulen -- / / / / Sven Vermeulen Gentoo Documentation & PR / / swift@g.o / / Goodnight Dana, may you find peace where you are now.