[OSGeo-Discuss] [Marketing] OSGeo symbols set
jody.garnett at gmail.com
Tue Nov 20 10:42:47 PST 2018
I am a bit confused on this one - part of the point of having our mark was
to use it everywhere on all the OSGeo things.
The symbol set for "board" and "local chapter" go against this direction of
our style guide.
We went through one round of compromise for our style guide, for local
chapters providing guidance on the creation of subbrands. I see no reason
to encourage the use sub brands within our organization?
I am really enjoying the osgeo project and community project symbols :) A
- The osgeo-postgis is based on boundless branding for postgis (as part of
it including it in the old osgeo suite product). The dimond shape used is
not part of that community's branding (they have an elephant named "Slonik"
holding the world cheerfully).
- get-it just added themselves to the website wrong and have not yet asked
to be a community project? I am trying to confirm now ...
- Loader is being added (it is approved but still has a draft web page)
- GC2/Vidi was just added yesterday
On Mon, 19 Nov 2018 at 12:28, nicolas bozon <nicolas.bozon at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I have finally been able to put together and publish a first version of
> the OSGeo symbols set.
> This is a visual representation of the OSGeo projects and activities aimed
> at supplementing the Foundation branding material.
> A preview of the OSGeo symbols set is available here:
> The 48 symbols fall into four categories:
> - Foundation (OSGeo fundamentals represented by 'Variations on the
> - Initiatives (mostly based on the compass shape too)
> - Projects (derived OSGeo project logos)
> - Community (derived Community projects logos)
> The set is made of two parts, both copyrighted OSGeo:
> - The source SVG documents, licensed under CC-BY-SA
> - A cross-browser webfont, licensed under OFL.
> Important notes:
> - Some projects do not have a logotype, only logotext, and cannot be
> included in the set at this stage (namely PROJ, GEOS, OSSIM and Degree).
> - Some projects logos were heavily modified or redrawn, in order to ensure
> constistency and scalability. I'm listening to project owners feedbacks and
> will be glad to work towards better solutions if needed.
> - All 48 symbols are made available as black SVG. The 16 Foundation and
> Initiatives icons are also available in color, based on our brand
> - This work may not be exhaustive and is subject to change.
> Hope you will like it !
> Reviews, comments and ideas are most welcome in the related PR:
> Best regards,
> Nicolas Bozon
> Marketing mailing list
> Marketing at lists.osgeo.org
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