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Hi *,

when watching the pictures people took at the conference, I came
across that one:

I kind of like that look - so here's my question: Are there
"not-so-technical"/fun variations of the LibreOffice/TDF logo to be
used as a "mascot"-icon?

OOo had the Gulls, be it as an abstract symbol, or a picture of a real
seagull or also the drawing created by Ben Bois, that is used mainly
in the education project in all kinds of variations.

Time for TDF/LO to get something similar, isn't it? Any graphically
skilled people around who could come up with something along those

The idea has been brought up before it seems
(but from my POV the paperplane one is just an object, no "living
those are too far away from the metaphor/the branding. When you see
one of those you don't immediately recognize TDF or LibreOffice

So I'm more in favor of that minimalistic approach, "giving the Logo a face"


PS: While I also sent it to the design list, I'm not subscribed

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