This may be an idea for a wide-area-of-use Libre icon or logo...
Something along the lines of a rounded or more circular artwork
icon/logo that has text presenting the products name in various
languages, each one easily visible, yet each following the curving text
Suitable for software logo, website logo, icon's, marketing, etc.
The rounded idea lets various languages be seen. Obviously, your
particular language will be seen, and you then know what software or
"brand" you are dealing with.
The rounded idea lets "one" logo or icon do the work of many, as you
would otherwise need many logo's, maybe all the same graphics, but you
might need to change the language of the logo, etc.
The idea ALSO helps present and further the idea that LibreOffice is
indeed a world-wide product, worthy of being seen and used by all of us.
The use of various languages should also make users of all nationalities
-- or at least as many as will fit on such a logo artwork -- feel
comfortable that they are being addressed....gives a more "personal" touch.
Hopefully, this "idea" is presented with clarity, and I toss it out into
the ether to see what others might think.
Joe Rotello / WindowGroup / Knoxville / TN / USA
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