Luna CE logo contest underway!
You've seen the videos, you've read our awesome stories, and now you can participate in the webOS Community Edition magic by entering in the Luna logo contest with your own logo. What is Luna CE? Luna CE is a custom LunaSysMgr put together by the WebOS Ports group as part of the Community Edition project. In a nutshell it allows you to do really cool stuff like infinite card cycling, tabbed card stacks, edge bezel card switching, and much more via the Tweaks app. This is pretty much the last frontier for the TouchPad as far as webOS is concerned so having your own logo featured on devices running Luna CE would be understandably cool.
"Are there prizes?", you ask. Sure there are! If you win, obviously your logo will be the new logo seen on all devices running Luna CE, which will up your street cred ten fold. Everywhere you go people will bow in respect, champagne will fall from the sky, and women (or men) will sell their soul just to go on a date with you! Well maybe that's a bit far fetched but seriously what more could a die hard webOS fanatic want than to have one of their creations cemented in webOS history?
So if you want a piece of the glory here’s how to get started. First, create a wiki account for the WebOS Ports wiki page. Then get in touch with @ka6sox, @scoutcamper_1, or @LarrySteeze on Twitter or IRC to promote your user account. Now you will want to put on your proverbial "creative cap" and make a really awesome logo. The dimensions for your icon(s) should be 128x128px for the wiki and 64x64px for the launcher (of course, we recommend working on a much larger size and scaling down - life's easier that way). Once you’ve finished all of that head on over to the contest page and follow the instructions on how to upload your entry. Make sure to submit your entry by this Friday as that is the deadline for submissions!
So there you have it folks! We will be keeping up with this contest and as soon as a winner is picked we will pass the information along to our readers. In the mean time feel free to check out all the awesome logos already submitted on the contest page.
Source: WebOS Ports