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Hi Drew

Le 2011-04-22 11:25, drew a écrit :

Hi Marc,

Did that, and the slogan just kept wanting to move I
accommodated it.

After that, it just yelled at me to do something with the I
listened again.

Finally, the ODF logo screamed so I borrowed from here and there, did a
little aggregating and a little touch with the airbrush tool and
well..see for yourself.

The source file is at:

"What do you think?" ->  I think this is looking damned good now, thanks
to all feedback. Also, that I need to move on to a jewel case layout.

Best wishes,


Nice work. I like the placement of the slogan! After having read the functions of the modules, people get that extra slogan to motivate the use of the product!

Not sure if I like the placement of the two logos on the front cover. I think, strategically speaking, that all logos (pdf, odf, svg, cc by--SA, lgpl) would be better kept on the back. This is where the supporting information is situated. I also prefer the "Windows is a registered ... Apple Inc." at the back below the 5 logos and the "LibreOffice ..." on the front, as this gives us some additional advertisement for the TDF. The trademark assertions for Windows and Apple are there to satisfy the mention of the trademark names and I don't think we need to give it more prominence than it needs. We need to make people aware of the TDF rather than relegating it to second position on the back cover.



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