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On 15/06/2016 12:11, Yousuf 'Jay' Philips wrote:

Not sure why a square logo would be needed, so maybe that part can be
further explained.

We need a logo for the foundation, as we are involved in projects as a
foundation and not as the owner of LibreOffice and Document Liberation
projects. The need it square (or close to square), as it is often
embedded in grids (and a large logo would be shrinked to the point of
making it unreadable).

I would have to agree with this and would believe that most of the time
the logo would be to small for the text to be readable. So instead, it
would likely be better to have the TDF abbreviation included in the
logo. I've added two possible logo ideas to the redmine page that can be
improved on (likely the font :D).

The document icon is registered, and we should keep it clean as much as
possible. So, we have deliberatedly avoided to add the text inside the
document icon.

As the redmine issue is titled "logo change for TDF website" and italo
said "to be used for TDF (a specific logo for the foundation)", i'd
assume it would be the logo for TDF.

Yes, the logo is supposed to become TDF logo in all instances where we
are acting as an organization not related to a specific project, which
are increasing.

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