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Le 2010-11-03 19:54, David Nelson a écrit :
Hi Lucas&  guys, :-)

I didn't find any usage of paper plane logos/graphics that, IMHO,
precludes adopting Lucas Filho's idea. The companies/organizations
using a paper plane-based logo probably have less name recognition
than LibO can potentially acquire. IANAL, but I imagine there wouldn't
be any copyright problem, especially if one came up with something
having its own originality.

In any case, a sheet of paper is a pretty ubiquitous thing, too, so
maybe the same issues would apply to TDF's current logo?

Below are some quick research results for your consideration. HTH.

David Nelson

Thanks David: I've added my comments on some of these too.


Paper planes research:

Uses a paper plane in their logo:

This next one has a neat flash effect with the paper plane.

Uses "paper plane" in their name:

This next one has a nice icon -- slanted (Drupal logo is their favicon...) (cloud graphic as logo) (might grant permission to
use excerpt from their music?)
Hmmm, they used gun shots for the register sounds and there is some kind of political overtone to the song.

But, hey, from a marketing point of view we could perhaps run a contest for a LibO "paperplane" icon song.?

This next one has a small paper plane icon -- nice if you want a subtle icon effect

This next one has a folding paper plane icon

Uses a paper plane in a prominent graphic:

This next one has a larger icon, different shape.

Fun stuff about making paper planes:

This next one has a flying paper plane and music.

Has a sort of paperplane logo.

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