Basically the logos are nice,
but i think they should have
a closer relationship to the
Open MPI logo than simply rounded corners;
for instance the same colors (blue to black gradient)
or those nice curved lines.
On 9/25/07, Jeff Squyres <jsquyres_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> I've been working on getting "similar but different" logos for each
> of the OMPI sub-projects recently. The staff artist at U. Tennessee
> (who made the original OMPI logo) has been quite helpful in making
> new logos for us. Since user docs is turning into an official sub-
> project, I think we need a logo for it; this logo would be put in the
> top-left corner of http://www.open-mpi.org/projects/user-docs/ and
> the trac/wiki pages.
> The UT artist made some logos for the PLPA sub-project but I didn't
> like them because (to me) they look Mac-like and PLPA is specific to
> Linux. I think my reaction was based on the rounded corners of the
> squares, or perhaps the shade of green of the circle that looks like
> the "maximize" button on Mac windows.
> But what do you think of either of these for the user docs sub-
> project? (ignore the "PLPA" at the bottom of them; that's easily
> Jeff Squyres
> Cisco Systems
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