9 Branding
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  • Use the logo to link to your Codeberg repository
  • Pick and chose the best fit from the Logo-Kit
  • Print the logo on t-shirts and mugs because you think we are great :D


  • Deform the logo by stretching, compressing or skewing
  • Tint the logo in a custom color
  • Put the logo on a background that is noisy or has a poor contrast
  • Detach and rearrange the logosymbol & logotype

… link to the fork aweseome project where the logo may get accepted, also some text explanatory text (about forkawesome and how to use it)


Blue & Green are the primary colors, each with a more vibrant variant for the brighter tones.
Red & Yellow are keys to highlight elements and draw focus.
Black & White embrace the nature of plain text where needed.
The palette is a guide. Shades (variation of Lightness) of palette colors are valid, too, as the gradients indicate.

Blue 1 Blue 2 Green 1 Green 2 Red Yellow B&W
#2185D0 #44ADFF #73CCC6 #97E1E7 #E79125 #FFEA69 -
#0B3049 - #144B49 - #A7681A - #000000

Font – "Inter"

The default font for Codeberg is "Inter" from Rasmus Andersson.

Inter is packed with features and optionally comes as a variable font, it is licensed under the OFL and is free to download, you can also participate in its development on its home repository.

Logo material is licensed under CC-BY http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Codeberg and the Codeberg Logo are trademarks of Codeberg e.V

"Inter" is released under the SIL OpenFontLicense