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Scientific Linux Logo Contest Extended

The time line for the Scientific Linux Logo Contest has been extended.

The new deadline for the contest is September 30, 2009, or when RedHat releases the first RHEL 6 public beta. The winner will then be announced two weeks later. All the other rules are the same as before.

    Rules:
  • License: The logo must be licensed GPL v2 or the applicable Creative Common's License.
  • Format: The logo must be in SVG format.
  • Theme: 6
  • Theme: It must be something scientific..
  • Overall: It should be a logo and not a picture. You should be able to see the logo from across a room and know that it is the Scientific Linux logo.
  • Judging: Judging will be done by the main developers and labs who have a vested interest in Scientific Linux.

    Preferences:
    (These are just preferences. Ideas to get you started.)
  • Color Scheme: somewhat the same at the previous logo's
  • Design: a Carbon, bohr-style atom, with 6 electrons and 6 protons.
  • Overall: an updated version of what we currently have

    Submitting:
  • Anyone can submit an entry
  • There is no limit on the number of entries you can submit, but please try to be reasonable.
  • Submit your entries by sending them to scientific-linux-logo@fnal.gov
  • You can send either the logo, or a link to the logo
  • You do not have to be subscribed to the mail list to send in a logo entry.
  • To view entries, go to the mail list archives at http://listserv.fnal.gov/archives/scientific-linux-logo.html
Created by dawson
Last modified 2009-10-29 03:56 PM expired
 

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