Otto the seagull was the work of a 16 year old and was originated by a
competition for school children organised by myself and Daniel Carrera.
Perhaps a bit different in context but that seemed to work quite well for
the schools project at the time. Gained quite a lot of publicity - try
putting Otto OpenOffice.org into Google.
If you run a competition you can have a get out clause which reserves the
right not to use any of the entries.
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