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Hi Aleksandar, all,

it seems that you're creativity never stops ... the latest Paris 2011
Business Card you've added to your wiki page is veeery nice (the picture
itself might serve as an excellent desktop wallpaper *g*).

@ Italo: Aleksandar worked on a anniversary banner, please read on and
see here:

Am Freitag, den 23.09.2011, 09:54 +0200 schrieb Aleksandar Dev:
Hi Christoph, all!

I am glad you like it. I am not sure how should I present this to marketing
team,who to contact.
I would send them psd files so they can change banners if they want,
I used current slogans as placeholders as I was not sure about what to use.

Okay, here is how we did that before ... we finished our ideation and
presented that on a wiki page (as you already did, thanks)! If nobody
disagrees, we move that to the official pages and maintain the source
files (if possible: in a format that can be handled by FLOSS tools) on
our Whiteboard pages we've introduced for that.

For example, here is the Wallpaper page the Marketing team takes care

And here is a Whiteboard page example (randomly picked):

So ... at the moment ... involving the Marketing team is just forwarding
them a mail and make them aware of your work. You may do that (your
credits *g*), or we can do that (to help you). The question (to me) is,
whether you want to highlight / pick some of your banners that got the
best feedback.

Here is what he wrote:
I would like to offer a banner to online media willing to help
TDF. Something very simple, with TDF/LibreOffice, and a cake
with one small candle.

What cake flavor do you want? ;) I will have something for you today,
can you just tell me what would you like to have on that banner,
TDF/LibreOffice logo ,cake and what else? Do you have any slogan you want
to see on this banner?

Mmh, the flavor of the LibreOffice software ... presumably something
between sweet and sometimes a bit sour ;-)

So first, thanks for the nice cake ... and Ivan for his statement
concerning the size of the banners. I haven't pinged Italo yet whether
this fits to what he had in mind (so I CC him).

The enlightened "1" is a neat idea ... :-) My personal opinion (again:
I'm not a graphics designer) is that the file will work great for our
blogs. But, it might be a bit too detailed / intense for the media
(since they need to combine that with their style / pages).

May I state a few proposals? I'd remove the text on the cake, because it
is a bit hard to read (and it would move the focus to the "1"). Maybe
some tiny triangles can resemble "colored sugar decoration"? Last: the
chocolate look quite realistic, but very dark ... might a lighter color
(LibO Orange +1) help here?

If you like, I can draft a proposal based on your work ... I assume its
an SVG file? Could you add it to the wiki page?

Thank you so much!


2011/9/23 Christoph Noack <>

Hi Ivan, Aleksandar, all!

Am Donnerstag, den 22.09.2011, 21:46 +1200 schrieb Ivan M.:
Hi Alexandar, all,

On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 9:52 AM, Aleksandar Dev <>
I created new web banners. I posted them on my new (and only) wiki


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