We’ve been overwhelmed with the response (over 45 logos submitted!) and many of you have asked for an more time. So we are extending the OSHW Logo Submission Deadline till MARCH 3rd!
With the Open Hardware Definition, we would like to release a logo for Open Hardware to be attached to the definition, and used to brand Open Hardware. Please propose your logos, or comment on the below ones at the Definition Forum under the thread OSHW LOGO.
The logo for the Open Hardware Definition must:
Be easy to print/see on a PCB
Be easy to print/see on a Schematic document
Submit your logo in jpg or png format to the Definition Forum under the thread OSHW Logo. Please include the following information:
Submitted by: (if different than Designer)
To look at the logos submitted to date, check the logo page
Selection: The selection process will be a combination of a committe pre-selection and then a public vote of the community. More details to come soon.
Prize: Getting to be the person who designed the OSHW LOGO!
Go ahead and join the competition and GOOD LUCK!
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