based on a SC decision to provide logos for external use without the
subline "The Document Foundation" I created a proposal:
Such a logo should be used for community members, supporters,
distributors and so on to avoid the impression of being an official
spokesperson for the community or the foundation.
I replaced the TDF symbol by the main application icon (with Paulo's
shadings) and added a smaller subline that ends in every case at the
same position, but can be replaced in the SVG source quite easily.
Do you think we can present this logo (or something similar) to the
Steering Committee as our Design Team proposal for an official logo of
LibreOffice for external use?
Comments? Critics? Improvements?
PS: I uploaded the source file with the same address, just ending on ".svg"
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