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OpenMandriva's "Get a Face" Finalists Chosen

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Well the public has had its say and now it's up to the committee. A recent OpenMandriva announcement said, "Vote for a Face! has ended, and public has pronounced its favorites. Now is time for OpenMandriva Association (OMA) to choose the Final Logo for the Association."

The logo above is one of the finalists chosen. It was proposal number 13 from rugyada & PeterM and it came in sixth place. Yes indeed, it was one of my favorites and is one of the nicest.

Another one of my favorites came in first actually. Remember the crisp and clean gray and blue entry from emanueleeeee that I said "was bound to be a contender?" And so it is:

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