[tei-council] [John U.?] Re: Should we be displaying the SourceForge logo on tei-c.org?

Laurent Romary laurent.romary at inria.fr
Mon Dec 12 10:37:13 EST 2011

Thanks. Has anyone got a feedback from John U. on this?

Le 12 déc. 2011 à 16:32, David Sewell a écrit :

> I have added the Sourceforge logo to the standard TEI website footer.
> It remains to be discussed whether it is necessary or desirable to add it to the Guidelines pages. No other logo is included in the Web view of the P5 guidelines, so this needs separate consideration, I think. Of course the Guidelines themselves are the major deliverable housed at Sourceforge, so that would be a logical place to display the logo.
> David
> On Fri, 9 Dec 2011, Martin Holmes wrote:
>> This is the range of acceptable logos:
>> <https://sourceforge.net/project/admin/logo.php?group_id=106328>
>> Cheers,
>> Martin
>> On 11-12-09 10:29 AM, David Sewell wrote:
>>> I think we can accomplish this by adding an agreed-upon version of the logo in
>>> the OpenCMS footer and in the code that generates the Guidelines pages.
>>> Basically, as you say, anywhere that there are existing logos.
>>> Say the word&  I'll implement the OpenCMS portion.
>>> David
>>> On Fri, 9 Dec 2011, Laurent Romary wrote:
>>>> Thanks for spotting this. This is indeed to my view a no-brainer and a task for Web comity.
>>>> I put a specific nudge to John U. here to get his green light (may not be the council's sole decision).
>>>> Laurent
>>>> Le 9 déc. 2011 à 18:44, Martin Holmes a écrit :
>>>>> I see on the SF site:
>>>>> "SF.net Logo Display
>>>>> All SourceForge.net projects that use the SourceForge.net project web
>>>>> services are required to display the SourceForge.net logo on all web
>>>>> pages, per the Project Web, Shell and Database Services site documents.
>>>>> Details on how to display the logo for this project can be found on the
>>>>> Displaying the SourceForge.net Logo page."
>>>>> <https://sourceforge.net/project/admin/stats.php?group_id=106328>
>>>>> The Project Web page, though, uses the word "encourage" rather than
>>>>> "require", and it's not really clear to me whether they mean only within
>>>>> pages that are actually hosted on sf.net, or any project pages. I'm
>>>>> wondering if it would be good citizenship to include the SF logo on
>>>>> tei-c.org page footers, along with all the other logos we have.
>>>>> Cheers,
>>>>> Martin
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>>>>> University of Victoria Humanities Computing and Media Centre
>>>>> (mholmes at uvic.ca)
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>>>> Laurent Romary
>>>> laurent.romary at inria.fr
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