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From Tobias Rothe <>
Subject Re: [Discussion] Logo contest round #2
Date Tue, 24 Jan 2012 13:06:47 GMT
I think the search for a good logo is a great start and it is something that should help the
community to build upon. Most candidates seem to be crafted by professionals that do identify
themselves with the framework.
I have not been there to vote in the first round and would probably have picked something
else. Still I like both candidates. Although 59 looks a bit like someone put a chainsaw to
cut the F off :-) but in a way that is also true. I agree with Tomasz that after the finish
there should be a second level discussion about the general identity .. a logo alone is not
enough .. lots of things can be adapted..

On Jan 24, 2012, at 1:55 PM, Tomasz Maciąg | Fuse Collective wrote:

> I've already wrote this but accidentally in "[VOTE] Logo contest round #2".  Iit could
get lost between voting messages so I'm posting here again.
> I'm very pleased that our logo made to the second round but I assumed there will be some
sort of discussion after round 1.
> I've imagined that people could express their feelings about selected logos (what they
like, what they don't like or what they want to see) and based on that input we could work
on our logo.
> Additionally branding is not just logo so I thought that we could take some time to work
on more complete branding presentation, with different logo variations, additional materials
(e.g. t-shirts), may be key visual, example presentation on different use case scenarios (to
discuss where and how the logo could be used by community or others). That could be later
put to vote.
> Voting already started, things are now in motion but I think this should be considered
on todo list for winning logo...
> W dniu 2012-01-24 08:13, David Arno pisze:
>>> From: Doug Arthur []
>>> Sent: 23 January 2012 23:38
>>> Remember, PPMC members votes are the final say, and ultimately,
>>> that will be the what final decision becomes, but the community votes
>>> help the PPMC members make their decisions,
>>> One specific concern was how #49 appeared to some of the PPMC members,
>>> and feeling that some users could look at the logo as negative.
>> It's great that the PPMC members are seeking the opinions of the community,
>> but care needs to be taken over how that is done. Cynical people might read
>> what you wrote as "the PPMC likes #42. The community voted for #49. Bearing
>> in mind the negatives of #49, could the community re-vote please. Unless you
>> overwhelmingly choose #49 though, the PPMC will choose #42 regardless of the
>> result." If I were the designer of #49, I'd be pretty pee'd off over the
>> biased tone of the announcement.
>> Being a bloody-minded person at heart, even though I prefer #42, I'm tempted
>> to vote for #49 just to counter the bias...
>> David.
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