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From "Roberto micca" <roberto.mi...@fastwebnet.it>
Subject Re: Derby logo contest -- retry
Date Tue, 29 Mar 2005 22:27:44 GMT
Another one rule could be to use a push strategy to vote....

Send a mail requesting a vote to a logo suggesting a range of choices...
So all subscripting are invited to vote. It seem as spam but... could be a system to avoid
new subscribers and give to lurkers a possibility to give a signal.

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Roberto micca 
  To: Derby Discussion 
  Sent: Wednesday, March 30, 2005 12:20 AM
  Subject: Re: Derby logo contest -- retry


  hmmm...  I propose an additional rules :D

  Cleaning up all logos to resubmit new ones in two formats Normal/Medium and Small , following
susan suggestion... i think right dimensions as 320x200 and 160x100 or 80x50


    ----- Original Message ----- 
    From: Susan Cline 
    To: Derby Discussion 
    Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2005 10:08 PM
    Subject: Re: Derby logo contest -- retry


    I like this suggestion, it will give folks a chance to get their second wind before resubmitting.
 

    As an aside, it might be nice to take into consideration how logos look when they are
made into very small images.  Some of the original submissions had images that would have
been unrecognizable if shrunk into a very small format.

    Susan

    Jeremy Boynes <jboynes@apache.org> wrote:
      Given the large number of "None of the above" votes I would suggest we 
      re-open submissions for another month and restart the process on 5/1/05.

      --
      Jeremy

      Jean T. Anderson wrote:
      > How should we proceed?
      > In parallel, we might consider reopening logo submission. I noticed 
      > during voting that some people added info such as "want logo N, but 
      > _without_ the feather" or "want logo N, but _with_ a feather". Do we 
      > want to reopen submission so logo artists can incorporate suggested 
      > modifications (or not)?
      > 
      > -jean


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