Difference between revisions of "Motto discussion"

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# Open destinations (too airliner-ish, i think)
 
# Open destinations (too airliner-ish, i think)
 
# Open directions
 
# Open directions
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# Projecting Worlds
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# Ideas in the Open
 
# Enabling Geo-Power
 
# Enabling Geo-Power
 
# Pure Mapping Power
 
# Pure Mapping Power
 
# Great Mapping Tools
 
# Great Mapping Tools
# Projecting Worlds
 
 
# Find it with the tools from the foundation
 
# Find it with the tools from the foundation
 
# Open the source and find your way
 
# Open the source and find your way
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# Putting the where in your work
 
# Putting the where in your work
 
# Liberating the Globe (Perhaps slightly less overt than Liberating the World)
 
# Liberating the Globe (Perhaps slightly less overt than Liberating the World)
# Ideas in the Open
 

Revision as of 06:57, 5 May 2006

We need a slogan/motto to go along with the new logo. There will need to be several different ways of using, so we will likely need a few different ones. We'll need something to follow after the shorter "OSGeo" nickname. And also something to follow the longer title: "Open Source Geospatial Foundation". See if you can avoid any words already in the title.

Please submit your possible mottos here:

  1. Your Open Source Compass (was part of Aaron's logo submission)
  2. "It's a spheroid, get over it."
  3. Open ways
  4. Open destinations (too airliner-ish, i think)
  5. Open directions
  6. Projecting Worlds
  7. Ideas in the Open
  8. Enabling Geo-Power
  9. Pure Mapping Power
  10. Great Mapping Tools
  11. Find it with the tools from the foundation
  12. Open the source and find your way
  13. OSGeo -- Where it's at
  14. OSGeo shows you to the open source
  15. Spatialize your mind (Using an invented word could be useful in creating a stronger brand, similar to the use of Mc for all Mc Donalds McProducts)
  16. We design it spatialy for you
  17. The open place people
  18. Putting GeoSpace at work for you
  19. Putting the where in your work
  20. Liberating the Globe (Perhaps slightly less overt than Liberating the World)