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Re: [libreoffice-design] Logo Briefing

On Tue, 2010-11-23 at 19:37 -0500, Digitxp wrote:
> Correct me if this is the wrong place to reply, but I'm leaning on the side
> that being open-source is a good thing but doesn't necessarily need to be
> packed into the logo requirements, especially since the list is already
> rather long.

Strictly speaking, being open-source doesn't appear in my list at all.
It would emphasize access to source code, while Free Software emphasizes
the 4 software freedoms. Free Software as such only appears in the list
for contributors.

Short of adding a gnu, all that can be done graphically is hinting at
freedom and openness as such, anyway.

> That said, I think owls are pretty accurate to efficient (they fly fast),
> reliable (they manage to find food and find it well), free (duh), and
> maximum control (they are at the top of their respective food chain, I
> believe). However, the owl is kind of cliché so it may not be the best
> symbol.

Owls came to my mind, too, and I agree with all the above. While I think
an owl would be more appropriate for something that is more focused on
knowledge or wisdom, I would not rule it out here.

BTW, what I called briefing here actually reaches into
analysis/conception, because I think we need all that as common base. It
should be useful for more than just the logo.

Thorsten Wilms

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Re: [libreoffice-design] Logo BriefingDavid Nelson <commerce@traduction.biz>
[libreoffice-design] Logo BriefingThorsten Wilms <t_w_@freenet.de>
Re: [libreoffice-design] Logo BriefingDigitxp <digitxpc@gmail.com>
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