Hi Drew, *
thanks for sharing :-)
For the look and feel, the header in this case, the css and image files
making up the tdf theme in the box directory was cloned:
All working html pages use the community css and image files.
As part of this community theme a logo.
I did this today - so of course I used Bernhard's latest logo design.
I'm just going to upload the source and different .png exports. If you
want to use a logo file without scaling, please wait a few hours...
ofcourse, added a tag line for this particular disc and adjusted
> the #header section in the community/css/layout.css file.
A screen shot of the look:
Looks quite common to me ;-)
Anyway - any strong objections to my using that header?
Not from my side.
I'm sure you kept the license (CC-by-sa-3.0) for the site, and
design-wise it's not exactly the same as our website (IIRC this or a
very similar navigation has been used in the past).
I for one would not mind the US marketing team using the logo with TDF
subline - as it is a community effort by an approved LibreOffice team.
But as this is not fully established, the "external" logo is easier to use.
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