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 This is a current official osFree logo, created by Alex Kramer (Germany). It was chosen because it looks nice and modern. But we also like our previous logos. This is a current official osFree logo, created by Alex Kramer (Germany). It was chosen because it looks nice and modern. But we also like our previous logos.
  
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 These are the original osFree logos, created by Cristiano Guadagnino (Italy). They are better reflect the idea of the "​osFree"​ name. osFree is named after OS/3, being the OS/2 successor. Also, because "​three"​ sounds similar to "​free",​ and it is a free software, we chose the name "​osFree"​. So, the original osFree logo better reflects the double meaning of the word play free/three. "​Three"​ and "​Free"​ are just merged on the picture. These are the original osFree logos, created by Cristiano Guadagnino (Italy). They are better reflect the idea of the "​osFree"​ name. osFree is named after OS/3, being the OS/2 successor. Also, because "​three"​ sounds similar to "​free",​ and it is a free software, we chose the name "​osFree"​. So, the original osFree logo better reflects the double meaning of the word play free/three. "​Three"​ and "​Free"​ are just merged on the picture.
  

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