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On 12-02-02 01:30 PM, Adriano Afonso wrote:
Hello there

If you where @ the LibreOffice Conference you may remember me, Im
Adriano Afonso.
I've started the Portuguese LibreOffice Community, and now its time to
do some steps forward.

I know, as also a bit designer, the logos aren't to be modified, but I
come this way to ask you if I can made a modification for the Portuguese
community. You probably dont know but the Portuguese people like to have
sometings of there own, whit they can identify themselves.
The logo I modified is at the Portuguese wiki
[] and the direct link is
here []

I used a Rooster of Barcelos, an very well known Portuguese symbol and
legend, like a mascot to our community.

I came here to ask you if is there any problem whit that, and if I can
use this as official logo of the Portuguese LibreOffice Community (just
need your acceptance).

Hello Adriano

The guidelines for using the logo are here:

According to such guidelines you should not use the "The Document
Foundation" subtitle in your logo.

You shouldn't change the logo itself either, see the 5th example here:

So unfortunately it seems your logo shouldn't be used as is.


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