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Revision of ODF community logo from Mon, 2008-06-09 19:36

Everyone is invited to use these OpenDocument Format logos to designate support for the standard. The logos are endorsed by the OASIS ODF Adoption Committee.








The dove logo is suitable for large signs, t-shirts, web sites, slide presentations, etc. An optional tagline, "Liberate Your Documents" may be added and translated into other languages as needed.



The folded page logo is suitable for applications where a compact size is needed, including web sites, software icons, and smaller signage.



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

To use, simply download one of the attached files or right click on an image above and select "save" from the pop up menu. When placing the logo online, be sure it's linked to

Note: It is expected that any person using the ODF community logo does so in an appropriate fashion, the logo is not modified, the design colors and aspect are retained and space around the logo is sufficient so as to prevent the logo from being construed as part of another graphic element. The logo remains the property of OASIS.


The OASIS ODF Adoption Committee thanks Red Hat, Sun Microsystems, and everyone who participated in the logo design selection process.


See also:

- ODF community logo search
- OpenDocument logo: link to this site Focus Areas: BPEL | DITA | ebXML | IDtrust | OpenDocument | SAML | UBL | UDDI
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