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From "Xavier Hanin" <>
Subject Branding Guide clarification (was Re: to brand or not to brand?)
Date Wed, 23 May 2007 09:44:08 GMT
On 5/23/07, Martijn Dashorst <> wrote:
> On 5/22/07, Xavier Hanin <> wrote:
> > Mmm, it's still not completely clear. Is the phrase "However, the
> > Public Relations Committee MUST review any releases by affiliated
> > organizations or groups to ensure they comply with these branding
> > guidelines." referring to press release announcing the podling only,
> > or to all press releases? Since it seems it's not allowed to issue
> > press releases announcing the release, I'd think it's for press
> > releases that reference the podling. And that's what my article will
> > do, reference the podling.
> I think the gist is in the term "Press release". I think a press
> release is something other than an article. A press release is
> something like "Foo is adopting Apache Ivy in its product line and
> providing professional support for it." and send it across the wire,
> i.e. an announcement.
> This is of course something different than "This is how you manage
> your Java project dependencies using Apache Ivy, currently undergoing
> incubation at the Apache Incubator." which is published on
> and/or infoq.

It makes sense, indeed. But I think it would be nice to have something in
the branding guide more clearly understandable.

So, maybe I should ask the question to the PRC, and open a JIRA issue to put
their answers or some examples in the branding guide?


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