The submissions were arrayed, the votes tallied, and the results were – more troublesome than expected.
The Logo Contest was started by some motivated community members who weren’t happy with the current logo. The Dev Team didn’t have a problem with the current logo, but in the spirit of community the logo contest was allowed to grow. One dev even contributed the lion’s share of the reward, and we hosted the poll on the website. Still, this was a community effort, community funded and driven. The results were not meant to be binding.