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Fedora Is Looking For Your Feedback On A New Logo

  • Fedora Is Looking For Your Feedback On A New Logo

    Longtime Red Hat / Fedora designer Máirín Duffy has shared some proposals for a new Fedora logo and the lengths they are going to in coming up with this new logo/marks.

    Máirín Duffy and the Fedora Design Team have been working on their next iteration of the Fedora logo. Fedora has gone through several logo/branding re-designs over its history since 2003 while now for 2019 they are working on a new iteration that's more evolutionary than revolutionary.

Help Pick a New Logo for Fedora

  • Help Pick a New Logo for Fedora

    The Fedora “Infinity” logo has been a staple part of the Linux landscape for as long as I’ve been using it — but that could be about to change.

    Fedora plans to update its famous logo and word mark with a fresher, more modern version that’s easier for designers to work with.

    To help decide, the distro is asking the wider Linux community for its feedback on “two different directions” they’ve come up with.

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