Mission: The artwork SIG aims to make CentOS the most attractive and usable Linux distribution.
- Creating several mockups for each CentOS release, and selecting and improving those designs to create a final, solid artwork release.
- Testing the artwork, this would include; testing the artwork on different resolutions and brightness levels but also testing the artwork in monochrome to see if the artwork is contrasting enough for people with color-blindness.
- Creating a consistent "CentOS style" which can be used on the site, flyers, shirts and everything else which is in need of artwork (this style won't change every CentOS release, and will function as inspiration for release artwork).
- Helping creating and maintaining a consistent artwork for the official CentOS websites.
Note: since artwork is the public face of CentOS, the CentOS development team has the final say in what is accepted as official release/promotion artwork.
For a progress overview of various tasks and a todo list, have a look at our current status page.
Artwork can be discussed on the CentOS-devel list. SIG members are appointed by the SIG team leader, and maintain certain resources related to the SIG (e.g documentation in the Wiki or packages).