[OSGeo-Discuss] Ballot: OSGeo Logo Contest Voting

Aaron Koning aaronkoning at gmail.com
Fri Apr 28 22:00:13 PDT 2006

It probably got "Wordified" along the way, but it will still open in WordPad
on Windows :)


On 4/28/06, Tyler Mitchell <tylermitchell at shaw.ca> wrote:
> On Friday 28 April 2006 09:02, Frank Warmerdam wrote:
> > I believe the Web
> > Committee will be doing a finishing and refinement on the selected logo
> and
> > feedback here from Allan and others can be helpful to the web committee
> in
> > that process.
> > It isn't necessarily the case that the selected logo will be used
> exactly
> > as originally presented.
> First off - great work logo designers!  I admire your willingness to stick
> your neck out with your designs.  I may claim to be too busy or not
> talented
> enough, but in fact I'm just too chicken to do something crazy like that
> ;)
> I really hope that refinements can happen with the help of the Web
> Committee,
> other members and maybe even with some professional advice i.e. from a
> third-party designer.  Wouldn't that be great if we could swing something
> like that?
> Either way, I'm confident that we can all help the resulting logo improve
> enough to be proud of, if improvements are generally thought to be
> necessary.
> I'm also sure that as we start to use the logo in our own ways, on
> documents,
> banners, websites, etc. - we will find areas that need improving -
> regardless
> of how many iterations they may have gone through.
> Again, thanks a lot guys for submitting logos.
> Tyler
> p.s. Is it just me or does Aaron's RTF document not come across as valid
> rich
> text?  At least my install of KWord doesn't like it.  It's a binary file,
> but
> in my text editor I was still able to read his descriptions of the logo
> which
> was helpful.  Perhaps it got stored in a Word doc format by accident?
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