I really think your slight changes on the typeface improve the logo a lot
Thanks, that's really good to hear.
(aside from the question if it is already too late to change it now).
Yeah... is it? I don't know.
But for me as a ligature enthusiast the use of a ligature in the logo would
create the impression that LibO is finally capable of handling ligatures of
open type fonts - but unfortunately it is not...
Well, but on purpose having a logo without ligature only because the
software itself doesn't support it (yet) seems weird to me.
Perhaps the proper moment to change the logo as you proposed would be the
release of the LibO version that supports ligatures :)
Maybe the logo gives some incentive to a programmer to implement it ;-).
As all people take their resources off the wiki, would it be ok if I created
all the other versions (coloured, contemporary, b/w, grayscale, inverted +
different resolution pngs + eps + wmf + svg) and upload them to the wiki?
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