Subject: Re: [boost] [logo] Boost logo variants for use in unofficial or unreleased boost documentation
From: Stewart, Robert (Robert.Stewart_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-02-08 08:39:03
Patrick Horgan wrote:
> Stewart, Robert wrote:
> > Perhaps a good first step, if nothing better appears soon,
> > is to add "powered by" and "for use with" and use them for
> > a while as I've described.
> And proposed for?
I've argued against that one because a proposed library can be rejected or can languish in the queue. If the library isn't accepted, then the author must take positive action to remove the close association that logo creates, though I admit that logo does not imply acceptance by Boost.
> o what pngs are generated by default from the svg, i.e. what
> pixel width (small medium large?)
I'll leave that to others with more information to make a good decision.
> o where in the tree do they go, (I assume near the current logo)
I would think that they should be alongside the current logo.
> o how to make them available. The "POWERED BY" logo should
> probably be easily available from www.boost.org. The others
> can probably live in the source tree because the people that
> use them will probably have boost as source
The original "powered by" should be with the others, but there should be a simply means, from the web site, to grab HTML to embed in a web site plus the logo to copy for inserting into an application or library's documentation.
> o documentation for setting up the documentation for a
> project will need to change.
Rob Stewart robert.stewart_at_[hidden]
Software Engineer, Core Software using std::disclaimer;
Susquehanna International Group, LLP http://www.sig.com
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