Oh read that wrong. Read as "doesn't define the fonts or slogan" Lol. Yes,
I'll put up my sample generator soon, and maybe we can vote.
On 4 Sep 2015 7:32 am, "C R" <cajhne@...400...> wrote:
Yea, my thoughts exactly about using the font on the website as well.
rather like "Draw Freely" though, to be honest, I do far more layout and
construction of shapes than drawing. Likewise, I always wondered about
"Illustrator" as the name of Adobe's Inkscape alternative. Illustration
the least of what goes on in Illustrator, ihmo. Something more accurate
might be "Design Free", though it doesn't have the playful nature of
"Draw". So I recommend sticking with Draw Freely. Drawing is something
everyone is familiar with, so there's a tactile connection that transcends
the technical nature of software. It's a statement as much about the UX of
Inkscape as it is about the freedom of creation, and the freedom of
Inkscape as FOSS software.
On 3 Sep 2015 11:18 pm, "Martin Owens" <doctormo@...400...> wrote:
> Hi CR,
> There's also a further consideration when it comes to the trademarks.
> I've just checked the policy
and it doesn't specify
> fonts for the slogan so we should be good to pick one.
> If we use a google font, we can probably use it on the website too.
> On Thu, 2015-09-03 at 22:38 +0100, C R wrote:
> > Therefore I've started writing some code that will place the inkscape
> > logo above the text "draw-freely" such that the visitor can switch
> > through all of these fonts without needing to download and install all
> > of them (I will need to add some code to display the fonts in
> > approriate size for the graphic, since they vary somewhat dramatically
> > in what they consider to be 12pt font). We can then take votes from
> > people still interested in this after listening to me rattle on for
> > days about it. :)