[Clipart] logo contest
tobias.jakobs at web.de
Wed Aug 18 13:32:15 PDT 2004
Am Mi, den 18.08.2004 schrieb Bryce Harrington um 8:22:
> On Wed, 18 Aug 2004, Nicu Buculei wrote:
> > what should we do with image submitted after the deadline? like
> > http://www.openclipart.org/incoming//_diapo_logo_for_the_openclipart_library_01.svg
> > i see the following options:
> > a. accept them tacitly
> > b. set a new deadline
> > c. do not consider them for contest
> > if a. or b. then i can copy the latest image in
> > http://www.openclipart.org/cgi-bin/navigate/OCALLogos
> My suggestion: Leave it for next cycle's logo contest.
> I suspect OCAL will be getting logo submissions continuously, so the
> best solution is to work with it, and every N months select a new one
> from the ones submitted so far (never picking the same one twice.)
> Just treat it as an ongoing effort, follow a standard process, and
> plan to have the log change over and over again. :-)
I think thats a very bad idea. A logo is important for a the project
identity, you can't change it every n weeks. We can make release images
for every release but not change our logo.
For the images submitted after the deadline we should accept them
Who decides? Everyone on the list and every who contributed to the
My favorite is Andreas Nilssons logo. It is not to complex, will work in
b/w and you can use it as icon without the text. The only thing is, we
must change the text from project to library.
I even like the images from Andrew Fitzsimon, but they are to complex as
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