The excellent instant-messaging program/project, Gaim, could use a new logo. It would need to be something simple and elegant that works well as a little 16-pixel system-tray icon, as a full-size application icon, in larger spots (login screen, about dialog, etc.) and in other locations with status symbols with the icon (offline, busy, etc.).
Here’s the current Gaim logo dude and a screenshot of a folder that shows some of the other ways the logo is currently used.
Gaim is becoming quite popular as an instant messaging client. It is already widely used on Linux, and I think it could catch on like Firefox on windows too.
I wish I had more time to help, but I thought I’d try to spread the word. If you are interested in helping, join the Gaim-devel mailing list.
Update: It turns out the Gaim guys are still pretty happy with the little one-armed man. Still it can’t hurt to try some new things.