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Hi Christophe,

cool - thanks for the first check! And, before I continue: HDM? Then it
should easily be possible to meet some day :-)

Am Montag, den 25.01.2016, 16:18 +0100 schrieb Christophe Strobbe:
On 23/01/2016 23:45, Heiko Tietze wrote:
On Saturday, 23 January 2016 23:02:34 CET Christoph Noack wrote:
What are your initial thoughts, pros, cons, or ideas? I would
appreciate your feedback - and your questions. And, if needed,
I'll set
up a dedicated whiteboard for that topic ...?Thanks!

There are contrast issues in some of the logos at
(The criterion is use for contrast comes from Success Criterion 1.4.3
the W3C's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0:
I used the Colour Contrast Analyser from
<> to check 

Thanks! In the past I've used The Gimp for checking against e.g. color
blindness issues (e.g. for the Writer's notes colors) - I didn't check
color contrast yet. So I did a quick search but wasn't able to find a
suitable tool for Linux (Gnome) - just a few websites implementing the
algorithm. Do you have any hint what tool might just work for my

For example, in the logos above the first horizontal line:
* in the logo with the green background, the contrast varies on where
you check (due to the gradient):
** close to the "L": #FFFFFF on #36B923: contrast ratio of 2.59 to 1
** close to the other end of the name: #FFFFFF on #18A203: contrast
ratio of 3.38 to 1
* in the logo with the grey background, the contrast is OK: #FFFFFF
#666666: contrast ratio of 5.74 to 1

Again, thanks for the hints. I will consider that for the next

The green letters on a white background also have insufficient

Do you refer to the colored version of the LibreOffice logo (dark gray
/ green)?


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