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From "Geir Magnusson Jr." <ge...@apache.org>
Subject Fwd: Generic Logo Contest Guidelines
Date Thu, 06 Oct 2005 14:34:05 GMT
 From the PRC for our logo contest.

Begin forwarded message:

> From: susan wu <susie@arctic.org>
> Date: October 3, 2005 3:42:40 PM EDT
> To: "Noel J. Bergman" <noel@devtech.com>
> Cc: prc@apache.org
> Subject: Generic Logo Contest Guidelines
>
>
>
> Can someone please publish this to the most appropriate place? Thanks.
>
> Apache Project Logo Contest Guidelines
>
> Look and Feel Guidelines:
> -          Submissions must include a usable web version (PNG  
> preferred) and
> a scalable vector, print quality version of the logo
> -          The logo will be used to promote the specific Apache  
> project for
> which it is created and should evoke the overall Apache Software  
> Foundation
> brand [community-centric open source development, delivering the  
> highest
> quality, standards compliant software]
> -          The logo must incorporate the full project name, such as  
> Apache
> Tomcat or Apache Geronimo
> -          The logo should not incorporate images that are exclusively
> specific to Native American culture.  However, symbols that have  
> broad or
> multiple meanings are acceptable in evoking a Native American  
> theme.  Thus, a
> feather, which has many possible applications, would be  
> appropriate, but a
> headdress would not be. -          The logo should not incorporate  
> any overt cultural or religious
> symbolism
> -          The logo may incorporate other imagery, abstract symbols  
> or a
> catchphrase, so long as the full project name is included somewhere  
> in the
> logo.  To this extent, the full project name can be displayed in a  
> smaller
> font size than the main image, if there exists a main image
> -          The logo must reflect the values of the community
> -          The logo must adapt well to electronic and print media, to
> reproduction on small surfaces, and to use in color or in grayscale.
> -          For tips on creating logos suitable for print media,  
> please review this or any other web guides you might find helpful:
>            http://www.sorrentomesa.com/education/techtips.html
> -          If the logo incorporates non-standards fonts, you must  
> be able to
> provide us with the font should your logo be selected
>
> Process & Legal Guidelines:
> -          Acknowledgement to the winning entry will be provided on  
> the
> appropriate project web site at http:// 
> [insertprojectname].apache.org -          The Apache Software  
> Foundation reserves the right to select no
> winning entry, if it deems that the submissions do not meet the  
> needs of the
> organization
> -          If the Logo is selected, the contributor must assign all  
> rights to
> the selected images to the Apache Software Foundation
> -          Logo must be free of any copyright or any other  
> intellectual
> property claims
> -          Logo must not incorporate or extend existing trademarks  
> of other
> companies
>
>
> We recommend that every project post information relating to the  
> submission,
> selection, and approval process:
> -          Submissions will accepted by [wiki, email, upload to  
> XYZ] until
> October 31, 2005
> -          The final decision will be made by the Apache Geronimo  
> PMC [and
> the Apache Public Relations Committee].  Input from the community  
> will be
> welcomed in the form of wiki discussions.
>
>
>
>
>
>

-- 
Geir Magnusson Jr                                  +1-203-665-6437
geirm@apache.org



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