[Nottingham] DFEY - Logo Competition - Cash Prizes

Tim Dobson lists at tdobson.net
Mon May 4 18:59:32 UTC 2009

DFEY is having a Logo Competition.

Top Prize: £40
First Runner Up: £10

Brief for Entries

* Should be easily recognisable, visually pleasing and easily reproduced 
in different mediums.
* Should echo themes of Digital Freedom, Technology, Young People and 
* All entries must be licenced under Creative Commons Zero Licence 
* Should be submitted in SVG format, though high resolution bitmap might 
be acceptable.
* Ideally, should be created solely using free software but entries 
created using non-free software will be accepted.
* Ideally, shouldn't use that many different primary colours.
* Have been emailed entry to logo at dfey.org with the SVG or other image 
file attached by 23:59, 31st May 2009

Eligibility of Entrants

* Anyone can enter, regardless of age, geographic location etc.
* There is no limit to the number of entries per entrant

How to Enter

1. Take a moment to read http://nw.dfey.org/wiki/Logo_Competition
2. Send an email to logo at dfey.org with the SVG or other image file 
attached by 23:59, 31st May 2009.
3. Include a statement that you have read and understand you are "are 
licencing this piece of work to us under the Creative Commons Zero 
Licence v1" (http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0)
4. Please include your name and (if desired) a link to your blog/website 
5. Your entry will be processed and uploaded on to the Entries page.


Winners will be decided upon through a Schulze Method voting system. 
More information at http://nw.dfey.org/wiki/Logo_Competition


About DFEY

DFEY (Digital Freedom in Education and Youth) is a group formed in 
response from a growing need to encourage and promote young people's 
involvement with the free software and technical communities by creating 
a social space to make it more comfortable for young people to get 
involved with LUGs and other technical groups.

Find out more and get involved at www.dfey.org

If each of us have one object, and we exchange them, then each of us
still has one object.
If each of us have one idea, and we exchange them, then each of us now
has two ideas.   -  George Bernard Shaw

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