Thanks for your comment, Thorsten.
The cuts and different colors make it harder to see an "LO" in the
True, but you get a flower for that ;-). No, I see what you mean. But
what about the weights for L and O? Is it better that way?
Writer/Calc/Impress/Base being 4 parts shouldn't be expressed in the
logo. Neither 5 if you add Draw. The parts are not equally large,
complex, important, independent or well known. Long term, I would not
bet on the number of components staying the same.
Well, but Writer/Calc/Impress/Base are the main program parts and have
always been, as far as I can remember. Also, another famous office
suite from Redmont uses it:
And I must disagree, these are exactly the four parts people look for
when switching from MS Office to LibO. Where's Word? Excel?
PowerPoint? And Access?
However, the concept of parts building a whole is a worthwhile theme for
representing both/either the community effort and/or the fact that it's
a suite of applications.
I agree and think such a logo also communicates integration of four
software parts into one suite.
But nevertheless, I'm really craving for a comment on the TEXT of the
logo and the way I changed it.
(The fact that I haven't closed the f bar to the i is on purpose; try
it - it looks too much like a block to me, making the ffi stick out in
a negative way. Keeping it separate looks much better to me.).
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