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Hi all,

I hope 2016 started great for all of you! To me, one topic for this new
year might be the question whether logo refinements would be beneficial
for LibreOffice. That calls for your input :-)

Historically, today's logo was prepared for the initial release of
LibO. To me, it worked quite well – but it also required compromises
(e.g. visual details vs. time constraints, embedded TDF subline for
marketing reasons). One of my early blog posts at [1] provides some
background info. Or, for a better overview, please browse the first
pages of “LibreOffice – The History...” at [2].

Today “LibreOffice” is a quite established brand – and it evolved
technically (e.g. LibreOffice Viewer for Android). So my aims for an
improved logo were:
* Achieve modern style (ideally, be timeless)
* Keep consistency (to established logo/brand)
* Clean-up visual structure (and prepare for various uses-cases)

Overview of the ideation (incl. variants, details and usage examples):

The page presenting selected graphics (incl. source SVG & references):

What are your initial thoughts, pros, cons, or ideas? I would really
appreciate your feedback - and your questions. And, if needed, I'll set
up a dedicated whiteboard for that topic ... Thanks!




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