Thanks to Ross Singer, the second vote on the logo idea is now open, and
will be open until Tuesday evening, 10:45-ish EST (I didn't make this up).
The options are listed below, as well as on the voting form. You will need
to have an account on http://code4lib.org/ in order to vote, and you use the
same login and password. Please see:

http://dilettantes.code4lib.org/voting_booth/election/index/6

And vote early and often!
Roy

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> From: Roy Tennant <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Date: Fri, 26 Sep 2008 10:53:07 -0700
> To: Code for Libraries <CODE4LIB@LISTSERV.ND.EDU>
> Subject: Logo vote
>
> The logo voting seems to have died down at 109 votes cast, and it breaks
> down like this (you can see these results at
> <http://www.micropoll.com/akira/mpresult/479444-107406>):
>
> No logo: 8%
> Do it ourselves: 8%
> Combo of professional designer and ourselves: 26%
> Don't care: 27%
> Professional designer: 31%
>
> Since there was no clear majority, I think we should have a run-off between
> the "combo" option and only a professional designer.
>
> But I think the options should be more clearly stated than they were before
> (sorry!):
>
> Combo Option:
> One person would receive all the designs from both internal designers and
> any professional designers willing to submit designs for free, and they are
> put up for a vote without anyone knowing who did which design.
>
> Professional Option 1:
> We accept Stephanie Brinley's kind offer, request a few different ideas,
> vote on those ideas to settle on one, and the final version is created from
> the winning idea.
>
> Professional Option 2:
> Hire a different professional designer (to be determined) from whom we
> solicit a few different ideas, vote on the ideas, and the final version is
> created from the winning idea.
>
> Yes, consensus is tedious. Competing ideas, objections, embellishments
> welcome. Otherwise, I'll set up another vote on the three options above and
> the one with the most votes takes it.
> Roy
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