Hi Marc, all!
Sorry for being a bit late - missed the plane (sorry, bad joke *g*). I
just have a few-hours-timeslot for answering mails which was partly
filled with the today's SC meeting. So well ...
Am Dienstag, den 02.11.2010, 21:31 -0400 schrieb Marc Paré:
Before we do this. Is there any business or organization that uses a
paper airplane as a logo?
However, when we thought about the LibO branding, we also thought about
the paper plane idea, but we did not use it for one main (let's call it)
reason. Marc, as you said, we didn't knew exactly about other
organizations and their logos. I remember that I saw something like that
for a postal service or so. But we didn't investigate here too much.
Maybe you can start here
I know that some people think the current logo misses a personal
touch ... to be honest, I thought that we might have something like
"Duke" (the Java mascot). But I really miss the design skills to turn a
document into a cool, thrilling and funny thing (the triangles being the
hat, the eyebrows, ...). Anybody with a pencil and a sheet of paper? :-)
Just my thoughts ...
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