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Hi everyone,
Am 07.06.2012 11:42, schrieb Stefan Knorr (Astron):
Hi everyone,

For the 3.6 release, we'd like to have a new splash screen, thus, if
you're feeling creative, please submit designs in here:

There are a few constraints:
* add your entry until June 29, 2012, 0:00 GMT
* please upload both your SVG source image and your exported PNG image
* when uploading to the wiki, please choose the license combination
"CC-BY-SA/LGPL 3+/MPL 1.1," so we can immediately use the splash
* use the official LibreOffice branding and colours [1]
* if you make use of the full logo (document symbol + LibreOffice
lettering), please make a submission with the official logo and
another with the community logo

[3] The new About dialogue in 3.6 uses a flat logo SVG, because
LibreOffice's SVG code can't yet display the modern SVG logo right. It
is not an option right now to use a PNG there in its stead.

We have a big, big mistake with our Splash screen [4]:
It don't follow our own branding [1] and guidelines because the "LibreOffice" without TDF isn't in one line with the logo. Andrea's will do [5].

It is even not the same logo as it is in the Start Center and the About dialog [6].

I don't think that we should do so (even kick off our own branding).
So I vote for changing it for the final release of 3.6.0 and using the same logo every time a LibO-logo is there.


I made a bug report:


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