alumni.lpi.org - Site Branding
stacy at lpi.org
Wed Jul 2 16:14:21 EDT 2003
I apologize for not replying earlier. I have sent this to the staff
list to get clarification on what we can do for you. BUT...the people
working on the site already are a bit overwhelmed with requests (always
lots to do in the first week going live), so hang tight, and I will see
what I can do to get a clearer answer.
Let me clarify...are you looking for some sort of a style guide? Or
just permission to use our logo and content through, for example, an
open source license?
rahim at geekmail.cc wrote:
>I was on the lpi-alumni site, I think we should brand all the LPI-related sites
>out there that are official 'lpi' sites. Marketing is especially important
>because we are community driven we need to interact with the proffessional world
>at their level. blah blah blah...
>I am willing to take the time to brand some of our web releated stuff in
>accordance with the official website. It's important for me to feel that the
>public sees that we are organized in our efforts and a public alumni site (and
>others) should, I beleive, put forth those values.
>Chuck: That doesnt mean I dont like the look, its a good one but it seems a
>little awkward to me that the site is so far different from the official site in
>terms of color scheme etc... It gives me the impression that we are disconnected.
>It might bring up a different question, do we have any policies in regards to
>this? I mean yes anyone can put up a site but, is there a set of guidlines wich
>we should all folow?
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Linux Professional Institute
stacy at lpi.org
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