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From Kay Schenk <>
Subject Re: AOO Web Logos?
Date Thu, 29 Mar 2012 23:56:00 GMT
On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 11:34 AM, Rob Weir <> wrote:

> What is the latest thinking on the AOO logos?
> There is some great material on the wiki:
> Drew did a lot of initial work here.   But it is not clear to me
> whether we have a final recommendation, whether the work is ongoing,
> etc.
> If we have a design that is considered the one to go with, could
> someone propose it as the official logo, so we can see if there are
> any objections?  It would be good to get some closure on this.

yes, I know...I am rather late to this party.

I would be happy to make a proposal to adopt the first banner on

as the "official" web logo, and actually make this change, but...

where are we with the "incubating" business. Would we have this in addition
to the current "incubating" logo which we currently have or ???

I probably have missed other discussions about the "incubating" topic.

> Also, I'll feel a little artistic this week, after doing that timeline
> ;-).   So next I'd like to then take the logo design, and create two
> variations that we can use to inform users about the 3.4 release.
> -- a "coming soon" webpage/blog logo that project supporters may put
> on their websites.  It would be linked to a page that we would host,
> with FAQ's on AOO 3.4, including information on signing up for the
> ooo-announce list, etc.
> - a "get AOO" logo, also for supports to use on their own websites.
> It would be linked to our download webpage on
> The nice thing about this approach (which is used by many other
> projects) is we do not need to give blanket permission for anyone to
> use our main logo for any purpose.  And we don't need to have them ask
> permission for using our logo for these specific purposes. We provide
> a special purpose logo to be used for these common things.
> -Rob


"Women and cats will do as they please,
 and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea."
Robert Heinlein

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