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ODF community logo

The OASIS ODF Adoption Committee is working on the design of a logo to designate support for the OpenDocument Format. Several companies and organizations have created ODF logos, each with its own strengths and supporters. Our goal is to gain concensus on a single, recognizable, freely available design that will demonstrate and build solidarity in the ODF community worldwide.


The ODF community logo is not intended to imply certification or any official compliance status. Everyone who supports ODF will be encouraged to download and use the logo (in adherence to our basic logo usage guidelines) without cost or restriction.


The logo should be:

  • distinctive and recognizable
  • owned by OASIS (not under the control of any single company)
  • freely available
  • used to designate support for ODF, not compliance or certification
  • indicative of ODF's status as the product of a truely open standards process
  • appropriate and attractive enough for use on t-shirts, buttons, posters, etc.
  • concise enough for use for icons, browser tabs, etc.

Draft designs

Several designs are under consideration at this time.


The above concept combines a design originated by Red Hat with an adaptation of the OASIS symbol created by Sun.



The above concept was created by designers at Sun.


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