On Sep 1, 2007, at 10:37 AM, Shugo Maeda wrote:

> Hi,
>
> Ruby Visual Identity Team (<URL:http://rubyidentity.org/>) did great
> works to
> improve the online presence of Ruby, and as a result, the Ruby logo  
> kit (
> <URL:http://rubyidentity.org/ruby-logo-kit.zip>) is avaiable now. But
> it's not
> well known as a logo that represent the programming language Ruby  
> itself.
>
> We need an official Ruby logo to promote Ruby, so we open a contest to
> select
> it.
>
>   <URL:http://www.ruby-assn.org/logo-contest.html.en>
>
> Requirements
>
>   * it must be easily recognizable as the Ruby logo
>   * it must look good in low resolution and in grayscale
>   * works both with and without text `Ruby' (can be ignored if the  
> text
> `Ruby'
>     is part of the logo)
>   * you may use the Ruby logo kit (<URL:http://rubyidentity.org/
>     ruby-logo-kit.zip>)
>
> How to submit
>
> Please mail your logo to ruby-logo(at)ruby-lang.org. You should  
> include the
> following information to it.
>
>   * your full name
>   * your e-mail address
>
> Entries should be submitted in both a vector and raster format.
>
> acceptable vector formats
>       + Encupsulated PostScript (*.eps)
>       + Adobe Illustrator (*.ai)
> acceptable raster formats (no larger than 200 x 200 pixels)
>       + Portable Network Graphics (*.png)
>       + Graphics Interchange Format (*.gif)
>       + Joint Photographic Experts Group (*.jpg)
>
> Fonts should be embedded into the image file. If you want to create
> images in
> other formats, please contact ruby-logo(at)ruby-assn.org.
>
> Deadline
>
> Mon Oct 01 00:00:00 UTC 2007
>
> Winner Selection
>
> Yukihiro "Matz" Matsumoto (the chairman of the Ruby Association)  
> will select
> the winner.
>
> Awards
>
> We will present a winner plate and 100,000 yen to the winner.
>
> Copyright
>
> The winner should assign the copyright of the logo to the Ruby
> Association. The
> logo will be licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike
> license (
> <URL:http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/>).
>
How many times can we enter per person?