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Hi all,

On 27/02/14 17:44, K-J LibreOffice wrote:
Here are my first proposals:
taking our main conference banner and some ideas from Safwan's proposals.


I am sorry to say, but the trend towards using three and more typefaces
in the logo is not a good one. (Safwan's logos use two, Eleonora's seem
to use four, yours [KJ's] uses three).
I wouldn't actually mind if the logo lost the Helvetica part of years
past and was exclusively in Vegur.

Currently my favourite is the left side of
from Safwan. However, it is pretty dark -- is there a possibility of
creating a lighter version of this that has the text "LibreOffice" above it?
Also, what font did you use? (Looks a bit like Gotham... which is
proprietary. It would be cool if all fonts were free.)

The right side of the logo looks pretty good too, except that the
document shape strikes me as not really belonging to the rest of the
logo. Maybe it could just be left away?

Finally, in both versions, there is the R in BERN ... which looks
neither like it was meant to be quite this cozy with the N (in which
case there would probably be a "bite mark" in the upper part of the N)
nor like it was kerned properly (for which it is too close to the N). A
decision for either direction would seem like a good idea...


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