Shibboleth logo in Red Hat RPM

Ian Young ian at
Wed Nov 28 11:24:55 EST 2012

On 28 Nov 2012, at 16:14, Roger Jagoda <rberryj3 at> wrote:

> It is wildly popular with our clientele (mostly College students).

I like it too.

> However, it certainly does the job. People know that logo mean Shibboleth.

That's really the point.  In a production deployment, you don't want Shibboleth branding on error pages, you want your own branding so that you can control the remediation process.  The end user shouldn't be aware of the technology in use, they should be informed about who they should contact to get the problem fixed.

Showing a Shibboleth logo, or an Apache feather, or a Microsoft badge, or a penguin, on an error page detracts from the message you want to get across.

	-- Ian

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