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From: Rob Stewart (stewart_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-03-05 13:09:35

One thing not mentioned in the voting procedures is whether we
can make any changes to the selected logo. IOW, I voted for
several logos that weren't quite the way I'd want them in their
final form, but they were compelling for various reasons. If
others felt they could vote for a logo with the hope that it will
be slightly different in its final form, it might change how some

Consider 67b, for instance. I don't like the color scheme, yet
the abstract blocks/checkerboard is visually unique and can be
used alone as an icon (even alongside the URL in the brower's
address bar).

Thus, I propose that we officially allow, or disallow as the case
may be, such post-selection alterations, with the approval of the
membership. That is, if we permit modifications, then once we
have selected a logo based upon the current voting, we open
discussions on any *minor* alterations, produce the alternate
forms of the logo, and have a final vote on that.

Under the category of minor alterations, I would include:

- colors
- relative sizing of elements
- relative spacing of elements
- phrasing ("Boost Libraries" instead of "Boost Library" for

Rob Stewart                           stewart_at_[hidden]
Software Engineer           
Susquehanna International Group, LLP  using std::disclaimer;

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