Re: [Design-team] internet censorship statement for front page (was Re: FUDcon Board Meeting)

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Less is more, IMHO.  I'd keep it black.  That seems appropriately stark.


> Hi folks,
> Regarding adding a statement about SOPA on the front page of
> -
> > On Mon, Jan 16, 2012 at 10:46 AM, Kévin Raymond
> > 
> > >> 2. General statement to announce + ticker tape linking to statements
> > >> til the end of the month on the front page. +7
> On Mon, 2012-01-16 at 13:29 +0000, Peter Robinson wrote:
> > Jared is writing the statement, when he has it ready he will file the
> > appropriate tickets to get the site updated.
> We were talking about this in #fedora-design, a few points came up:
> - Jared, can you write the statement with the broad header of 'Interent
> Censorship', mentioning *both* SOPA and PIPA since both are threats?
> - From a website design point-of-view, the best way of incorporating the
> statement is to have a heading about it in the orange ticker tape on the
> website as well as have the default slide in the main slide area that
> relates to internet censorship. Both should click through to the
> statement Jared is writing.
> - Does anybody have ideas for graphics to go along with the slide text?
> Some ideas we had:
>   - keep it completely black or a black gradient
>   - have a black background with outlines of people that have 'censored'
> labels on top of them (and maybe put an outline of beefy somewhere in
> there too)
>   - (okay this is silly) have an artsy-looking field of hot dog-less
> buns
> What do you think?
> ~m
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