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Hi, :-)

On Fri, Nov 12, 2010 at 05:54, Bernhard Dippold
<> wrote:
For small graphics and icons it might be too detailed if it would be used as
our main logo. As an additional graphic it might work, even if I don't feel
comfortable with tentacles around the corners of my documents... (wrong
association - quite the opposite to "libre")

I'll post some re-sized versions on the wiki, so we can get an idea of
how Septipus looks at diffent sizes. I suspect he might become
difficult to clearly distinguish at sizes below 32x32px. (Or 48x48px?)

Whether or not Septipus could become the project's prime logo is a
something we'd need to sound out here on the marketing/artwork list.
(And also maybe with our end users on the [tdf-discuss]/user support
lists, too?)

However, Septipus could be a great central figure for the LibO starter
pane, either as a side graphic or else right in the middle, with a
tentacle pointing to each app or icon in the starter pane. Maybe the
apps could be in a kind-of circular arrangement around him.

Ultimately, I'd suggest naming this mascot LibO.

0.2 cents.

David Nelson

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