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Hi Christian, Charles, all

Christian Lohmaier schrieb:
Hi Charles,

On Tue, May 31, 2011 at 11:12 AM, Charles-H. Schulz
<>  wrote:
2011/5/27 Charles-H. Schulz<>
Le Fri, 27 May 2011 16:55:30 +0200,
Christian Lohmaier<>  a écrit :
On Tue, May 24, 2011 at 12:11 PM, Florian Effenberger
<>  wrote:

Here's the final and approved logo:
We can upload it.

This file contains wrong colors in RGB based images (at least SVG, perhaps PNG) because of CMYK->RGB conversion.

Sorry, but where do you want to upload it? The files in the zip all
are huge, too huge for the website.
2479 x 552 pixel, but the maximum width to use on the homepage is 890
pixels wide.

Also they have a dpi of 300, that is not needed for the web.

So for use on the website, the images would have to be scaled, but I'd
rather have versions created in the appropriate dimensions from the
source images.

Can you give me the necessary sizes for the website?

The CSS shows a height 45 px for the main logo - with the broader Conference logo the width will have to be adapted.

Shall I create such a logo?

I guess you want it in the top-left, instead of where the LO logo is
now, you want to have the "dual" logo - and I guess you want it on all
* pages, right?

Sorry, I don't understand:

You want to replace the standard LibO logo by the conference logo on all the present pages on

This could and should be done as promotional action for the conference - in October. Perhaps it could be done for a short time with the announcement of the CfP and when application for the conference starts.

But perhaps I misunderstood you and you wanted it to replace the standard logo only on the website.

Best regards


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