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Chris Saad, the chair of DataPortability.org, has launched an open competition to design the new logo, with the winner determined by open voting on the web from a short list selected by the steering group. This being a highly prominent initiative that is potentially enormously valuable to the whole ‘net community should attract some talented people. However Chris has also got a whole host of prominent people and companies who support the initiative to kick in prizes, to in fact make this a very attractive proposition to the winner. Prizes currently offered (with more continuing to come in) include:
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Initial submisssions

Current prize list:

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Full details of how to submit logos and contribute prizes at Chris’s post on the DataPortability logo competition.
The submissions so far can be seen on Flickr’s DataPortability pool:
These include some who have posted their submission on their blogs too:

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