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Hi David, all

David Nelson schrieb:
Hi Design guys,

Charles Schulz recently requested a couple of links/banners on the home page linking to the Challenge and Conference
sites. After seeing that there were no proposals, I went ahead and
produced a couple, which you might like to check out.

The discussion on the website list suggested not to integrate the link to the conference site as banners, but in the news area. (Christian, Christoph, Charles - asking for banners until the news section is active -, and myself)

Unfortunately nobody was able (or interested) to bring the news area to life (even if Christian integrated it in the main site's SilverStripe), so we have now the banners on the homepage. I personally dislike them, but as I can't spend the time to improve them, I can't ask for removal.


If anyone has something better to offer than what I've posted, or if
you feel that any changes are needed, feel free to jump in and replace
them, or to comment.

There have already been some comments by Klaus-Jürgen ("please replace them by light colored ones, because the black ones don't fit our general branding scheme") and Tobias ("please upload banners without replication of the LibreOffice logo directly at the side of the existing logo and keep the other ones for external sites").

As David seems not to have the time to integrate these comments in his design, perhaps someone else could step in.

In this case I'd like to see the official conference logo instead of one with a different Eiffel Tower - one more point about consistency and branding language...

Sorry, that I can't step in actively :-(

Best regards


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