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Astron, I just saw your Mail on Nabble since it somehow didn't appear
in Thunderbird. Additionally I accidentally only replied to Charles
and omitted the ml.

Improved version:
Applied that design to an A4 page:

Praise: * The mesh is pretty neat. I am not sure exactly we can use
it, but to me it seems more modern than our current motif. Have I
said that I love the mesh, yet?

Great, thanks :)

* Open Sans is a good font(TM), not sure if it befits LibreOffice
right now, though.

So use something other than Vegur or Open Sans?

Things that don't get across so well: * The digitally carved (or
rather embossed) "a" is way over the top of my and likely most
other users head(s). Nice idea, but I don't know if it's simple
enough. Do you see anything that could replace it?

I'm now using a lower poly version of the 'a', but I'm open to other
suggestions. IMHO it should still symbolize the result of working with

What's (maybe) not ideal: * The logo could have sharp corners to go
along better with the font (dunno)

You mean having no gradients? I now think so, too, mostly. Actually, I
prefer the way it's presented in the A4 page.

* How would the logo look without the tagline?

Good point. Will work on that. I think it's more common not to have
the 'company' name within the product logo. Maybe it could be shown in
a bottom corner.


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