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Hi, :-)

On Sat, Nov 20, 2010 at 01:02, Florian Effenberger
<> wrote:
Hi David,

David Nelson wrote on 2010-11-15 09.25:

@Christoph/Florian: could we set-up a wiki page for this? I'd could
organize and develop the concept. We can draft rules and requirements.
As a spin-off benefit, we can develop formal specifications for
exactly what artwork we need. We can accumulate a list of means of
publicizing the competition, etc. It would be a great way to start
concretely learning from John and the Ubuntu guys.

sure, feel free to use the wiki - I see no problems. :)


I had thought that this thread was going to go dead after my last
post, but I see that it wasn't *quite* the case. But I'd like to see
whether investigating the organization of a logo/mascot competition
really has any uptake among the people reading this thread.

So my idea is that someone else should start the ball rolling, by
creating a wiki page and drafting an outline and a few ideas. If
somebody does that, then I'll certainly jump in and help develop the
initiative further, and maybe we can then ask our "visiting" friends
from Ubuntu Artwork to see what they can contribute, too.

Any takers? ;-)

David Nelson

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