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From Matthias Boehm <>
Subject Fwd: [ComDev] High resolution project logos wanted!
Date Thu, 23 Aug 2018 12:33:27 GMT
Could someone with access to our logos please commit them into the
mentioned repo? @Deron: I remember you gave me once the archive with
all versions of our logos. Thanks.


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From: Daniel Gruno <>
Date: Thu, Aug 23, 2018 at 1:52 PM
Subject: [ComDev] High resolution project logos wanted!

Hi awesome PMCs!

This is a request for your project logo(s) in the best possible format
you have. I'm on a crazy mission to gather up all project logos in the
foundation and put them somewhere central and browseable.

To that end, I need your help to speed up things!

If you have or know of a high resolution or scalable version of your
project's logo (or logos!), if you could please do the following, that
would be really helpful:

- Either commit your logo to
(everyone should be able to write here)
- Or send it to me at

Some guidelines:

- Logos should be either scalable (SVG, EPS, PDF etc) or high
resolution images, as good as you can get 'em, preferably PNG or high
quality JPEGs/TIFFs.
- Please name the file $project.$ext, e.g. cassandra.svg, httpd.png or
netbeans.eps (use the subdomain/ldap name of your project). If you
have multiple logos or multiple versions of your one logo, you can
append '-1', '-2' etc to the name, for example tomee-1.svg,
- Do not include 'incubator-' in your project name, we'll treat
podlings and projects like equals for this exercise.
- If you have sub-projects, treat them like regular projects. thus,
rat should be rat.svg rather than creadur-rat.
- IF someone else beat you to it, but you have a better version of the
logo, please add it as a new file, using the same naming convention as
above (-1, -2 etc)

For those that submit high res bitmaps, I'll try my best to convert to
scalable formats where possible.

If all goes well and enough projects collaborate on this, we should be
able to present a web site for finding and downloading project logos
from across the foundation.

With warm regards,
Daniel on behalf of the Community Development Project.

PS: reply-to is set to my personal email, in case of out-of-office
replies that people wouldn't want public.

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