[OSGeo-Discuss] GeoForAll logo ideas
Suchith.Anand at nottingham.ac.uk
Sun Mar 29 11:11:49 PDT 2015
Thanks again for the quick response for this.
You can see the logos other colleagues have created at the website Massimo has kindly created for us at
This the list, so far
Though we didn't plan to have competition and selection for the logos, thanks to excellent logos coming in we will now do this after we receive the logos now under development from Greek colleagues (and any others) later this week.
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Subject: [OSGeo-Discuss] GeoForAll logo ideas
It will be great if anyone can setup a simple webpage with all logos we have for doing a poll survey. The advantage is then we can send the survey link to the wider community and find the popular one easily.
Irrespective of whichever logo is chosen, we will link this also to the main website so that all logos created are kept for the future. This logo design is itself great example of all the six principles we stand for (Openness, Global, Community driven, Non profit, Education, Opportunities for all... ). It is great example of the power, dedication and passion of community for the cause.
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