Attached please find 4 variations on the boolean
theme for the OOR
logo - one with a white, blue, green and red
backgrounds. I also
created little logos of just the lattice + the
acronym. I'm not sure
how voting ought work as the four varieties might
I will be without access to internet, phone
or any other communication
device until June 6,
On Fri, May 20, 2011 at 12:06 PM, Peter Yim <peter.yim@xxxxxxxx
> Thanks, Yuri, Terry and Ali, (not that I make the
rules here ... I only suggested them earlier, and no one
> Yuri and Ali are correct, the "two"
finalists are just variations of the same design ... and, presumably, the
finalized design may probably be rendered in different variations (say, when
printed on a light background vs. a dark background).
Ali is in favor of including "Milov-1" as a finalist too, so here goes:
(unless someone objects within the next 24 hours) our finalists are
"Hashemi-4," "Hashemi-c" and "Milov-1" (with the possibility that
"Hashemi-4" and "Hashemi-c" may end up as either one or two entries in the
final round, as AliHashemi desires.)
> Good luck, Ali &
> Keep the comments and suggestions coming in,
> Best regards. =ppy
> On Fri, May 20, 2011 at 8:51 AM, Ali SH <asaegyn+out@xxxxxxxxx
agree with the above sentiments -- the two leading logos are really
variations on the same theme. It might be more useful to have an option
between two distinct logo styles.
>> On that note - the colours and
fonts are really quite easy to change. Do people have a preference for a
blue or white or red (or whatever colour) background. Similarly, do people
have a preference for which font is used? I'm open to suggestions - please
send them along!
Fri, May 20, 2011 at 11:38 AM, terry.longstreth <terry.longstreth@xxxxxxxxxxx
>>> As one who voted for all 3, I'd agree
with Yuriy, but I think we'd need a ruling from Peter. He set up the
rules to allow us to move on without looking back. None of us really
considered the possibility that the first vote would ultimately all but
decide the final question.
Yuriy Milov wrote:
>>> Thanks all who voted for "Milov-1"
>>> BTW I see that both finalists are
the variation of same Ali's idea, so I
>>> have one more idea -
to move 3 my additional votes to the "Milov-1"
>>> candidate as
it would bring more intrigue to the next step
>>> Anyway I am pretty sure the Ali's
idea will win, so congatulatoins to Ali -
>>> the great job!
Original Message -----
>>> From: "Peter Yim" <peter.yim@xxxxxxxx
Friday, May 20, 2011 11:02 AM
>>> Subject: Re: [oor-forum] OOR
Logo Poll (first round) - Results: TwoFinalists
>>> Re: http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?OOR_Logo_Candidates
Here are the results of our first poll on the OOR Logo designs
>>> * candidates "Hashemi-4" and "Hashemi-c"
were selected as finalists,
>>> each with 6
>>> * right behind them were: "Milov-1"
with 4 votes, as well as "Ding-1"
>>> and "Hashemi-a" each with
>>> * we had 13 participants casting a
total of 35 votes all
>>> A huge
THANK YOU to everyone who submitted designs, and
>>> to those who took the time to review and vote
>>> The next step is for the finalists
(looks like its Ali Hashemi
>>> competing with himself here) to
tweak and package up the design for a
>>> final poll, when the
community will, again, vote to adopt one (out of
>>> the two)
"OOR Logo" design.
>>> Between now and Thu
2011.05.26 - 9:00pm PDT, the community is welcome
>>> to provide
our designer(s) with suggestions on the final tweaks
(although, it will be up to the designer to make the final call on
>>> he/she wants to do it.) Please do so by replying to this
>>> After that we will run another poll
and pick our OOR Logo.
Thanks & regards. =ppy
On Fri, May 13, 2011 at 11:07 PM, Peter Yim <peter.yim@xxxxxxxx
>>> The first round of polling for the OOR
Logo is now open.
>>> As discussed earlier
>>> the top two (2) logo designs will be shortlisted for
>>> refinement. (After which we will go into a final
polling round to
>>> determine which design will get adopted as
the OOR Logo.)
>>> Please goto the page with all
the candidate designs:
Then open another window for the polling form:
... and following the instructions there.
This polling round will close at 9:00pm PDT on Thu 2011.05.19
>>> please vote NOW!
in advance for your participation. Post any question you may
have to this thread, or to me offline (if it is not something
>>> others would want to know about
>>> Regards. =ppy