By "banner" are you simply referring to what we normally call an "header element" or "header image"? In other words the Mint official logo in your case. OR are you referring to an actual ad banner element? I think that maybe different designers/users may have different names for what appears to be the same thing.Well, I'm thinking about adding the word "Tunisia" or simply "tn" (which may be more beautiful). So the banner will be "LinuxMint-Tn" or "Linux Mint Tunisia".
The first thing a graphic designer must do at the beginning of a project is research the subject. I have actually already began working on this last night and my first step was a visit to Wikipedia to learn more about Tunisia. While there I downloaded an image of the national flag for possible incorporation into the logo for this project. I guess most graphic designers think alike based on the links that you have posted from Ubuntu and Fedora Although I did not envision doing it exactly as they did, this could be a good way none the less, and is very doable if you want.For the logo, I'd like to add anything that can make reference to Tunisia. But I don't see how...
This can never be true! I'm sure that you have your own very good and unique "artistic taste". My job is to make the design applicable and pleasing to you and all Tunisia users.May be you have an idea (since you're a designer and I'm sure you have more artistic taste than I do)
A blog is still a web site and an important viable avenue for Linux Mint promotion, so what you do will be important and appreciated. Far as the "wiki", we had one a few years back that worked quite well, until it was..... Well lets just say that the new Linux Mint Community site has taken over this function and has actually surpassed it by quite a long shot!I know it's just a blog but it's a first step hoping for the better in promoting this amazing distribution (May be if Linux Mint will have its own wiki, I'll be able to make a page like the ubuntu team)
Done!I think it would lokk great to combine two works of what you've done like in attached files
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