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PyCon 2009 India Logo Contest
Please don't upload any more images. We have stopped accepting submissions and have started voting
Rules for Voting
- Write your login name against the logos you would like to vote.
- One person can support many logos.
- Logo with the maximum number of votes wins.
Last date for voting will be: 28/May/2009
Encouraging Comment from PSF Chair
If half as much time goes into organizing as goes into developing and choosing a logo this is going to be one heck of a conference Bear in mind, though, that it isn't the logo that gets people to come back, but the conference content.
It's great to see that the Indian community is moving forward with such gusto. Please let the PSF Board know if you need any assistance. One of my goals as chairman is to encourage Python development globally. I hope that one day soon I will be able to visit India and meet the many people who are investing their time in developing the Indian Python community. SteveHolden
Logo Design by ShrikantGaikwad
Logo Design by PankajNathani
Logo Design by SreekanthRameshaiah
- Ataulla SH
Logo Design by NoufalIbrahim
- Logo Design#1 from Smriti
Note: Be careful about modifying the shape of Python logo (including removing/obscuring a part as above, or separating the parts like #7 & #8 below). The old trademark policy may be helpful, if complicated. The Trademark Committee (psf-trademarks at python.org) should be consulted on modifications to the logo. Changing the colours is typically fine, as long as the shape is unaltered. -- DavidGoodger
- Logo Design#2 from Smriti
- Logo Design#3 from Smriti
Note: See #5 above.
- Logo Design#4 from Smriti
Note: See #5 above.
Logo Design#1 from VipinChandran
Logo Design#2 from VipinChandran
Logo Design#3 from VipinChandran
Logo Design#1 from BharathKeshav
Logo Design#2 from BharathKeshav
Logo Design#3 from BharathKeshav
Author's note : The lotus inside the logo which represents the national flower of India, symbolizes knowledge and enlightenment. The dark blue color background is the color of Asoka chakra of the Indian national flag. Other colors used are pretty self explanatory. Just thought of explaining, in case if they get overlooked and thought as just some fancy accessories.
- Jai Pandya