Get the "Works with Ubuntu" Logo

Asked by Felix Engemann on 2011-07-28

We sell mini-PC systems preinstalled with Ubuntu (www.cirrus7.com). Since one year and for the third time we tried to apply for the "Works with Ubuntu" Logo - without success. Only answer we get is an automatic mail response:

Thank you for contacting us. If you have written with a business sales query, we will respond within a day or two. We get so many requests that we are not able to answer consumer or end user questions, but the following links may be helpful:

* Login to paid support: https://landscape.canonical.com/
* Purchase support: https://shop.canonical.com/
* Get free support from community: http://www.ubuntu.com/support/
* Request free CD's: https://shipit.ubuntu.com/
* Purchase training: https://shop.canonical.com/

Best regards

The Canonical Team

We really would like to get the logo and eventually get also the Ubuntu certified hardware logo. But there is no way for us to get in touch with canonical. Can anyone from canonical reading this help me to get in contact with the right person?

Best regards

Felix Engemann (cirrus7 computing)

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Solved by:
Manfred Hampl
Solved:
2011-07-29
Last query:
2011-07-29
Last reply:
2011-07-29

Possibly:
http://shop.canonical.com/product_info.php?products_id=246

If you contact a sticker printer, you can make your own :)

hello andrew,

I know I can make my own stickers. It is not about stickers! It is about "works with Ubuntu" Logo.

http://www.canonical.com/engineering-services/certification/hardware-certification/works-with-ubuntu

Thx

Take that image and grab a sticker company, see if they will make you a whole bunch up, should be cheap

Hi Andrew,

it is not a problem about stickers ! From:

http://www.canonical.com/sites/default/files/active/images/datasheet_WorksWithUbuntu.pdf

Manufacturers enter a trade mark usage agreement with
Canonical that provides them with the rights to use the
‘Works with Ubuntu’ logo, subject to usage guidelines.

Thanks Manfred Hampl, that solved my question.

Victor Tuson Palau (vtuson) said : #7

The "works with Ubuntu" logo is a program for peripherals and not systems as such. If you would like to be part of the Ubuntu Certified programme, you will need to fill in the following form:

https://forms.canonical.com/partners/

For more information about how the programme works, please refer to the following guide:
https://certification.canonical.com/static/docs/Ubuntu_Certification_Programme_Guide.pdf

Let me know if I can help you with anything else