Hi everyone, The Wikimedia sound logo contest has officially launched <https://diff.wikimedia.org/2022/09/13/the-call-is-out-wikimedia-sound-logo-contest-launches/>, welcoming scores of submissions from around the world. From 13 September to 10 October, everyone, everywhere is invited to play a part in The Sound of All Human Knowledge <https://soundlogo.wikimedia.org/>.
Please revisit your on-wiki space <https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Communications/Sound_Logo> for a video introduction to audio production, a collection of sounds to get you inspired, the campaign toolkit to help vibrate the call through your networks, free and open source tools, and frequently asked questions. And earmark this, on 29 September, we will be having a drop-in clinic to help your submissions along. Many community members have provided us with valuable input and guidance along the journey of this project – from an initial concept exploration to the recent contest proposal. Thank you. With so much expertise in international contests and visual logo searches in the movement, we are all curious to learn how sound and audio production will play out in harmony with our values, scaling up our projects for accessibility and audio devices. Read more about it on Diff <https://diff.wikimedia.org/2022/03/15/you-cant-see-the-puzzle-globe-on-an-audio-speaker-a-sound-logo-for-wikimedia/>. Looking forward to hearing from you. On behalf of the sound logo project team, Mehrdad *Mehrdad Pourzaki* Lead Movement Communications Specialist wikimediafoundation.org
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