[ubuntu-it-www] Fwd: [ubuntu-web] Guidelines for websites

Dario Cavedon dcavedon at gmail.com
Thu Sep 2 08:39:56 BST 2010

Inoltro una mail interessante dalla ML internazionale.

In pratica, sembra che non sia ancora stato definito su i siti delle
comunità locali possono usare il branding ufficiale o meno!!??!

Mah!! io avevo capito che si stava preparando appunto un modello che i
LoCo potevano adottare...

Ciao, Dario

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Matthew Nuzum <newz at bearfruit.org>
Date: 2010/9/1
Subject: Re: [ubuntu-web] Guidelines for websites
To: Ubuntu Web Presence Team <ubuntu-website at lists.canonical.com>
Cc: Stuart Metcalfe <stuart.metcalfe at canonical.com>

On Wed, Sep 1, 2010 at 3:57 PM, Peter Puk <peter.puk at gmail.com> wrote:
> Today i saw a document on the canonical design site:
> http://design.canonical.com/the-toolkit/guides-for-websites/
> In what terms does this apply to the community themes. Are we allowed to
> use it, is it advised to use, or is this for the official sites only and
> should we use other margins etc.

Hi, this is still unclear. I have a telephone call with the owner of
those guidelines on Tuesday and I hope to cover this point.

For a long time there has been a policy that we'd like there to be a
visual distinction between official community sites and the main sites
(and bigger yet between unaffiliated sites and official ones). This
was the stated policy when we were creating the brand guidelines as
recently as April.

My meeting on Tuesday is specifically about sharing css and imagery
between sites so hopefully we can come up with a good answer to your
question at this time. It's possible there will be two standards where
some community maintained sites such as the forums and help.ubuntu.com
follow those guidelines and other sites that are not in the direct
navigation path from ubuntu.com have different guidelines.

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