IMHO, it would be a good idea to have a competition for the logo
choice. It's a good way of attracting new contributors. And aren't
Open Source projects supposed to be founded on meritocracy?
One of the rules of entry could be that, if their work wins, entrants
should be willing to contribute to LibO/TDF in the long-term, and be
part of the process of developing and maintaining their material.
I agree that a "hit-and-run" win is not beneficial for the project.
But the contact-building I've started with Linux distributions tells
me that there are quite a few people out there who'd be willing to do
work for LibO.
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