Hi Bernhard, hi all!
Thanks a lot (!) for caring about these icons :-)
Am Montag, den 31.01.2011, 23:17 +0100 schrieb Bernhard Dippold:
David Nelson schrieb:
The text underneath "LibreOffice" extends beyond the word
"LibreOffice" on the right. It doesn't look well-aligned to me. Could
you shift it leftwards maybe?
(without the white space border indication by a colored background)
All: Which version do you like better?
Since it is very hard to balance all these objects (and you already did
a very good job), I'd like to propose to keep only the text. In this
case the "right aligned" versions, right side (the lower ones) look best
- in my opinion.
* It already conveys the important message "LibreOffice"
* It looks a bit more balanced and it might be more versatile
* In the past, the Document Symbol had been considered (by people
in the community) to belong to TDF instead of LibreOffice - if
we start the Community Branding Process, we might keep it for
Of course, I'll miss the document symbol ... for other reasons.
Just a question - did anybody propose the text below the logo? I don't
know, but a short "Community" (resized) might look attractive as well,
and is rather neutral.
What should we propose the SC to declare as official?
Up to you, Bernhard. Thanks for your excellent work!
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