@sesivany I couldn't stop think about it 😅 so I end up to do a very low draft on gimp, iterating from one of the previews from #fedora blog to clarify what I meant. [Missing new font]

Basically keeping on of the loop as in loop for progression and loop of always iterating and opening the upper loop to 1) Create distance between a fish silhouette 2) To emphasize the F in fedora that is different from any other f {f*c*book} 3) to symbolize open communication, ongoing conversation. @fedoracz

@sesivany @Pedro @fedoracz Interesting concept.

However, I don't like it. It's trying too hard and going against the trend of making logotype simpler so it can be used more broadly. (Examples: twitter.com/DIA_Mitch/status/1 & underconsideration.com/brandne)

…Also, it could be easily mistaken for a styled "Sedora".


@garrett @sesivany @Pedro @fedoracz breaking out into the mark instead of having it part of the logotype

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I like the direction of having just one visual element (mark with lettering) as I think it makes it less complex and easy to scan. Nevertheless and for this purpose I need to shove my personal opinion down the tube and say that maybe having it as 2 elements not only make sit more recognizable to fedora users but also doesn't deviate "unnecessarily" to much from what the community grew to like (the infinity symbol), [my perception from the blog comments] @mairin @garrett @sesivany @fedoracz

@mairin @garrett @sesivany @Pedro @fedoracz Thinking more on why I like it (beyond visually) is that it does symbolize that (even via the implied speech bubbles) that something greater/bigger can come from communicative acts.

Also, "infinity is bigger than you think" youtu.be/elvOZm0d4H0

@mairin I really like one of your iterations (form the blog comment section) and I though we could emphasize the infinity concept without hiding f, please see my suggestion

@K_REY_C @garrett @sesivany @fedoracz

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