[openstack-dev] [glance] draft logo of glance mascot
brian.rosmaita at RACKSPACE.COM
Thu Nov 3 16:55:11 UTC 2016
Hello Heidi Joy,
First, let me say on behalf of the Glance community that we appreciate the
hard work you and your team have done in creating all the team
We discussed the draft logo at the weekly Glance meeting today , and
the general sense of the Glance community is that we'd like to request a
re-draft. I'm not sure we conveyed clearly to you how important the
mouth-full-of-nuts aspect was to our choice of a chipmunk . We could
tell from the video  that you started with the sample picture  and
worked from there to create something more streamlined, but we were really
hoping for something more like the sample picture.
The importance of the mouth-full-of-nuts aspect is that Glance curates and
stores virtual machine images and other services consume images supplied
from Glance. Additionally, this would more clearly distinguish our logo
from that of other projects.
Thanks for being so willing to consider feedback!
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 https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/glance-project-mascot (lines 38-41)
On 10/21/16, 12:43 PM, "Brian Rosmaita" <brian.rosmaita at RACKSPACE.COM>
>Heidi Joy Tretheway and Todd Morey from the foundation have sent us the
>attached sneak preview of the Glance mascot/logo. (As you may recall, we
>voted for a chipmunk .)
>They've set up a handy form  so that you can provide individual
>feedback. The project logos will be finalized in time for the February
>PTG, so please provide any feedback before Friday, November 11.
>Before providing feedback, you might want to take a look at a short
>(50-second) video  to see how the logos developed and how they present
>a consistent interface across OpenStack projects.
>Since we're looking at light turnout for the Barcelona summit, I've put
>discussion of the logo on the agenda for the November 3 edition of the
>Glance weekly meeting .
>Keep in mind that the logo is still a draft, so please don't tweet it or
>use it in any promotional materials.
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