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And of course, we need a mascot. A flat logo wouldn't go that far. It's
good for application, and presentations only. IMHO.
It should become the talk of the town. Should start a rivalry. (which
already exists) But when it becomes more public --> more eyeballs --> more
devs/users. A wallpaper/ logo/mascot just to take souls, and make others
better + make us feel good as well.

Showing off good things == Good deed++. Otherwise I have more exciting
anime/nature wallpapers to put on. Being honest, Showing it off, and
Declaring what is better is the only reason I asked for wallpapers +
contents etc. (wasn't wrong thinking like this I hope). (this is how you
convert people nowadays. You influence their decisions/opinions about
things, or they get influenced themselves, just by a little display of

I mean you can talk to devs as if they are your neighbours, you attend
meetings where you get to vote on what should be implemented, and what's a
bad idea, they handhold you whenever you feel lost etc... And you implement
features for yourself, and for others. Isn't that cool? (this should be in
the wallpapers/sketches, in terms of satire/declaration/invitation...)
i started learning gimp myself!

On Fri, 17 Nov 2023 at 18:27, Sahil Gautam <>

The pictures are good, no doubt about that. But they don't fit the purpose
I proposed. I meant that there is literally no wallpaper
out there which is related to libreoffice/TDF, and is usable. For example
take a look at
. It's eye friendly + in our case it could be something like the LO logo
and the tagline as "Beyond a software" or something like that. To add spice
to it,

wallpapers like this one would be great.

These make people talk about the cause. Plus these are funny as well. If
they were in some standard resolution, and reasonable background color, Why
wouldn't someone put them on their desktop (When they know that we the
community need a lot
of hands to make it work).

Like this happened to me. Was a normal guy, till an arch user took my
soul. Now I use arch btw, and take other's souls. Once the soul has been
taken, there is no option, either live in a dark corner forever, or use the
better tech.

On Fri, 17 Nov 2023 at 14:06, Mike Saunders <> wrote:

Hi Delta,

Thanks for sharing your designs! Note that attachments aren't allowed on
this mailing list, but you can upload them to an image sharing site (eg and then share the links here.


On 17.11.23 09:30, Delta Whiskey wrote:
Morning Sahil,

Ok attached are a few samples have a look and let me know what you

On Mon, 13 Nov 2023 at 10:19, Sahil Gautam <>

Wallpapers and logos, transparent pngs are a great way to market. If I
a cool LO/tdf wallpaper on my/our laptop (like the ones Debian has),
would be curious about what it is about + it will keep me/us motivated
not slacking, by reminding me/us the cause. (if that sounds

*I did a google search for wallpapers (Libreoffice and tdf), and guess
I found?*
*NOTHING. nothing that is in standard resolutions like 1920x1080 that
I can
put on my screen and boast. *:*_|*
*It would be a good idea to create a community contest, or some twitter
invitation to all those who can do this to make (Cool
Eye-friendly)Wallpapers. Such that someone can put it on their screens
be proud of being a part of the community.*

*And that pride will take the souls of proprietary software users
(used in
disguise), and some/many of them will end up joining the community, and
this recursion doesn't have any base condition!*
*What do you think?*

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