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Hi Drew,

thanks for taking care!

drew schrieb:
On Thu, 2011-01-06 at 21:23 -0500, drew wrote:

Just got an email from the organizers at the Southern Cal. LinuxFest,
which we will have a booth at. They are updating their website with
logos for the NP's.

I've asked if they have a specific size in mind, suppose I should ask
here also - anyone have a specific logo file they would want to use?

BTW - the response from them was - a PNG is preferred and larger then
200px wide would be good.

Tomorrow afternoon I would like to send it - if it is still the base SVG
file on the wiki page (the contemporary logo) I'll just take care of
it , thought I'd ask though.

I don't know how they want to present the logos, so I'd like to ask you to add a phrase about not to reduce the empty area around the logo when arranging the logos.

Perhaps they repeat the way they did last year [], but the logos there have a reduced size of 100 px width.

With a white background compromising the white space is less probable - but as my proposal [1] for such a logo [2] has not been commented by others, I don't want to propose it as official logo (perhaps with a smaller shadow area and the contemporary logo instead of the unshaded one?).

Best regards



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