For review: Branding language for new Trusted Partner logo


(Rebecca Alban) #1

Hello all,

As you will recall from our last governance committee meeting, we have recently created a new logo for our Trusted Partners to showcase their affiliation with OpenLMIS.
The final Trusted Partner logo files can be accessed here
.

To ensure that the community guidelines around using the logo are clear to everyone, we have drafted some language to incorporate into our
Trusted Partners Document
. The relevant section of the document is called ‘Guidance for use of the OpenLMIS Trusted Partner Logo’.
The document is available here

I am requesting that anyone who is interested in providing comments on this language regarding use of our Trusted Partner logo do so by next Friday, October 12.
Then, if needed, we can discuss any relevant feedback in our upcoming governance meeting.

Many thanks,

Rebecca


(Brandon Bowersox-Johnson) #2

Two Important Reminders DUE Friday:

  1. Trusted Partner Logo guideline feedback is due FRIDAY. See link below from Rebecca.

  2. Doodle Poll for Sustainability Kick-off meeting times is due FRIDAY: https://doodle.com/poll/4cx8sbhgpk92emna

(Kaleb sent a previous email to explain more about the sustainability kick-off.)

-Brandon

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On Friday, October 5, 2018 at 6:05:46 AM UTC-7, rebecca.alban wrote:

Hello all,

As you will recall from our last governance committee meeting, we have recently created a new logo for our Trusted Partners to showcase their affiliation with OpenLMIS.
The final Trusted Partner logo files can be accessed here
.

To ensure that the community guidelines around using the logo are clear to everyone, we have drafted some language to incorporate into our
Trusted Partners Document
. The relevant section of the document is called ‘Guidance for use of the OpenLMIS Trusted Partner Logo’.
The document is available here


I am requesting that anyone who is interested in providing comments on this language regarding use of our Trusted Partner logo do so by next Friday, October 12.
Then, if needed, we can discuss any relevant feedback in our upcoming governance meeting.

Many thanks,

Rebecca