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Hi Safwan,

On Thu, Feb 20, 2014 at 12:12 AM, Safwan <> wrote:
In previous mail. The 3rd link seems to be broken. Here is the updated link:

On Thu, Feb 20, 2014 at 4:39 AM, Safwan <> wrote:

*Incase you are not able get the attachment. Please find the designs in
the below link.*

The form factor doesn't work well as a web-banner/logo replacement.
would be great if it would be <= 85 px in height. 100px is workable,
but anything higher than that won't work.

And my comment to Klaus-J├╝rgen's remark that you need to follow the
branding guidelines: I don't believe that the 2013 logo was against
those guidelines, after all they state:

"Logos that don't represent the LibreOffice software or the Document
Foundation, but are related to it in some way, may use the LibreOffice
symbol to show the relationship they have to it without adhering to
the above guidelines."

and also the example for the 10th anniversary is quite different from
the normal LibreOffice logo.

After all the event represents the community, not just the software,
so creative freedom is very welcome.

But I also agree that the Milan logo (as seen on ) doesn't pick up the
distinct design elements at all.

BTW: also feel free to play with the motif , the triangle
arrangement/patterns - those are used in documents (presentation
templates, letter-heads,...) - and of course can also be used in


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