peer.schaefer at hamburg.de
Mon Oct 23 04:53:04 UTC 2006
OK, here is the revised material. Indeed, it was pain, and I wished
somebody told me earlier. But, as Peter Jackson once said, "pain is
temporary, BSD is forever" (or did he say "film is forever"? -- I can't
remember... Must go to bed now...).
Anyway, here are the links:
Full scale artwork (300dpi) = 19.5 (png) and 12.8MB (jpeg):
Smaller thumbnals for previews (75dpi) = 3.7MB:
Even smaller thumbnails (30dpi) = 1MB:
PDF versions for easy printout = 13.2MB:
The "sourcecode" for the graphics = 20MB:
> The Foundation can provide a document to Peer to sign over copyright
> ownership to the Foundation. I have some input on the design regarding
> proper attribution of trademarks.
> 1. Please add a TM next to the logo. It should be on the upper right,
> below the ear. When the logo is right next to the mark FreeBSD, like
> on the project's website, then the registered symbol covers both
> marks. But, in this design, the logo is separated and reduced in size.
> So, you can either move the mark FreeBSD closer to the logo, or just
> add the TM next to the logo.
> 2. In the description on the back of the DVD case and CD sleeve, only
> use the "r in circle" for the first use of the FreeBSD mark. You can
> probably do the same with Unix. It will look cleaner. So, on the back
> you will use the registered symbol twice for the FreeBSD mark. The
> first one is the mark next to the logo. The second one is the first
> word in the description.
> 3. Where you have the attribution on the bottom of cover and sleeve,
> please include:
> "FreeBSD is a registered trademark of The FreeBSD Foundation"
> "The FreeBSD Logo is a trademark of The FreeBSD Foundation"
> 4. Add a TM next to Power to Serve.
> I believe that is all. I know this is probably a pain to make the
> changes. But, it is important that the project sets a good example on
> how to use the trademarks that represent the FreeBSD products and
> Please let me know if you have any questions.
> Deb Goodkin
> The FreeBSD Foundation
> Ceri Davies wrote:
>> On Mon, Oct 16, 2006 at 10:50:48AM +0200, Peer Schaefer wrote:
>>> I have designed some CDROM-related artwork for FreeBSD
>>> (CDROM-labels, sleeves and DVD-cases). The first drafts were posted
>>> to the FreeBSD-advocacy-mailing-list on Sept 1st, and since then I
>>> have received some kind feedback that lead to some changes (see
>>> mailing-list archive). In particular I would like to thank (in
>>> totally random order) Matt Olander, Simon Nielsen, Don Witt, Dru
>>> Lavigne, Ceri Davies, G?bor K?vesd?n, Remko Lodder, Dag-Erling
>>> Sm?rgrav and Eric Anderson for their kind feedback. All design-flaws
>>> and errors remain my own.
>> Peter, thanks again for creating these.
>>> I would be pleased if these material could be placed at the website
>>> (e.g. http://www.freebsd.org/art.html). I would suggest to place a
>>> link to the artwork page in the downloads section, so that everyone
>>> who downloads an ISO-image can easily obtain the label and sleeve.
>>> If you find this artwork useful, I will also create "6.2" versions
>>> for the upcoming release.
>> I want to do this. www@, the question for me is if these should go in
>> CVS or be hosted on the FTP servers (and how we arrange that). Perhaps
>> the thumbnails should be in the www CVS and the rest of it on the FTP
>>> The logo and the logo-font are by Anton Gural.
>>> The colour palette is taken from Anton Gurals design-studies (but
>>> slightly modified).
>>> The text is taken from the FreeBSD-website.
>>> The remaining artwork is by me. I hereby donate my part of the
>>> artwork to the FreeBSD project, so you may use and distribute it
>>> under any license you may choose, e.g. under the BSD-license (you
>>> may even place it in the Public Domain). Unless the FreeBSD project
>>> chooses some other license, the FreeBSD license
>>> (http://www.freebsd.org/copyright/freebsd-license.html) applies. It
>>> would be nice if you give me some credit, but that's not legaly
>> Deb, could you please look at what we'd need to do to regarding any
>> legal jiggerypokery, assuming that's in your remit?
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