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Best of Proposed Mageia Logo

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There is an ongoing discussion about different aspects of the project, and one of those discussion revolves around the project’s logo. There have been some very good and some not so good logos proposed by community members, and what is being presented in this article are some of the proposed logos.

I will begin by presenting one of the best and one of the worst, and follow with the rest.

This is one the best, but is it a bird or parts of a plant?

And this one is one of the worst. In my opinion, this has the slimmest chance of being chosen as the Mangeia logo.

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Mageia

I caught Mageia from a hooker once but some antibiotics cleared it up.

Gay Gayer Gayest

So you're talking about a feminine hygiene product right? Why don't they spend a few thousand on a real designer and pick a name and a logo that isn't the gayest on the planet for a change. Mandriva to Mageia - both uber crap names - no wonder the company went belly up.

Gay Gayer Gayest?

vonskippy wrote:
So you're talking about a feminine hygiene product right? Why don't they spend a few thousand on a real designer and pick a name and a logo that isn't the gayest on the planet for a change. Mandriva to Mageia - both uber crap names - no wonder the company went belly up.

Mageia Goaste?

http://www.imagechicken.com/viewpic.php?p=1285724811063538200&x=jpg

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