[Community] OpenPhoenux Logo contest - Decision
Dr. H. Nikolaus Schaller
hns at goldelico.com
Mon Jan 21 07:39:18 CET 2013
since we had so many great proposals and voting did sum up to
a total of 400 votes from 183 persons, and two of them were
almost a tie, it took longer to come to a decision.
One more observation was, that the voting results are apparently
biased. We did see some strong correlation between the vote
and either the region or the service they came through...
Now see yourself:
We finally did choose Logo P5, submitted by Philip Horger.
Its first use will be to push the "World of OpenPhoenux" at FOSDEM 2013.
So thank you for all those who did submit a proposal and
thank you for all your votes plus opinions!
Let's have the Phoenux fly :)
Am 14.01.2013 um 08:13 schrieb Dr. H. Nikolaus Schaller:
> Hi all,
> it is really impressive how many proposals (eleven!) we have received!
> The post on Reddit did make the wonder come true (thanks to Harry!).
> Now we need you contribution again in a different way, by judging the
> proposals. Please think about:
> • does it connect to the remains of the original Openmoko project ("Phoenix from the ashes")?
> • is it eye-catching, easily remembered, unique?
> • does it show some orientation towards future?
> • does it carry a positive, inpiring, flying, pushing attitude?
> • does it tell about "freedom & openness"?
> • do you feel that it represents "your" OpenPhoenux/OpenMoko community?
> • can it be recognized that it has something to do with wireless, portable devices (tablet, smartphone, gadgets etc.)?
> • does it look equally good in different sizes?
> Now please see yourself and submit your votes (up to 4 favourites):
> Please vote until Tuesday evening (15th Jan 2013, GMT).
> You may also discuss pros and cons as a followup to this mail.
> Am 12.01.2013 um 17:24 schrieb Harry Prevor:
>> On 1/12/13, Dr. H. Nikolaus Schaller <hns at goldelico.com> wrote:
>>> Time is very short, so please take the weekend to think about it and make
>>> a sketch.
>> Hope you don't mind, but I just posted this to Reddit in the hopes of
>> bringing more attention to the project. Good luck.
>> Harry Prevor
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