My 2 cents:


Stylish, cool, multi-functional

5 is a nice second.

On Fri, 2010-03-26 at 12:17 +0100, Sergiu Dumitriu wrote:
> Hi Community,
> The XWiki Logo proposal period is now closed, many thanks to everyone 
> who participated. It is now the time to vote the new logo amongst the 19 
> proposals available here:
> You can send your vote:
> - on the mailing list, by replying to this e-mail
> - on twitter, in the format: #xwikilogo <proposal_number>
> Don't hesitate to nominate several proposals if you feel that they are 
> really close and you cannot decide for just one. Sometimes, a bunch of 
> fuzzy opinions can lead to a more accurate result.
> Before choosing a logo based on your personal preference, please try to 
> also ask yourself the following questions:
> - Is it distinctive?
> - Is it easy to remember and recognize?
> - Is the design scalable? Could it (or parts of it) be successfully used 
> in a 16X16 icon? Would it look good on a very large poster?
> - Can it be used (as it is, or adapted) on both light and dark backgrounds?
> - What would it look like in black and white (not just grayscale)? It's 
> ok if some details are lost, but it needs to still look attractive and 
> keep the main features.
> Motivating your vote also helps better understand what qualities a logo 
> evokes in people's minds.
> Also note that the designs are not final, the selected proposal will be 
> further tweaked and perfected, so don't discard a logo just for minor flaws.
> If several proposals come close to being selected, we could organize a 
> second round of voting.
> Please send us your votes before March 31st.
> On 03/01/2010 05:57 PM, Jean-Vincent Drean wrote:
> > Hi XWikiers!
> >
> > It's time to inject new blood in While discussing about
> > improving its look&  feel we thought it would be a good time to create
> > a new logo for as it's an important part of a website
> > design.
> > We borrowed the current logo from some time ago and, in
> > order to keep the distinction between the company and the Open-Source
> > project clear, we think websites and projects need their own
> > logo.
> >
> > As you may know, we love proposals, that's why we'd like to make the
> > logo design an open challenge, anyone interested can join and a vote
> > amongst the community will determine the winner. Even if the main
> > purpose of the challenge is to have fun, the person whose design gets
> > selected will receive XWiki goodies, including his logo printed on a
> > t-shirt obviously :) The designer of the selected logo will enter the
> > Hall Of Fame, and last but not least reward : the design will be
> > spread wide (XWiki Enterprise is more than 10000 downloads/month and
> > web site more than 50000 visits a month).
> >
> > The challenge takes place there:
> >

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