You've (almost) won! 
Congratulations, your logo is among the finalists for our International logo contest/Vote instructions. That means that from September 15 until September 25, Wikipedians will be able to vote on the logo. If your logo or one of its variants is the winner in this final voting round, it will become the official Wikipedia logo, and you will receive two prizes: a T-shirt with your logo on it, and 100 Euros/dollars of reward money.
But don't just sit there -- you have until September 15, 20:00 UTC to do the following:
Pick up to 5 versions of your logo and list them on International logo contest/Finalists. You can make minor refinements and optimizations of your logo(s) in accordance with viewer comments, but it should be obvious that the final logo(s) to vote on should not be substantially different from the original one(s) submitted. Talk to viewers to find out what they are missing in your logo and if there are several variants of your submission, pick the ones which you think best meet these concerns.
Please note that I have assigned arbitrary titles to each logo/variant on the finalists page. I encourage you to give your logo a unique title and to edit the page accordingly.
Good luck for the final voting round, and thanks for your participation in the contest!—Eloquence 06:03, 6 Sep 2003 (UTC)
Logo contests 
Since you were one of the finalists of the International logo contest, I thought you might be interested in the contests for a new logo for Wiktionary and for a logo for Incubator. Hoping to see some great contributions from you! =] —Nightstallion (?) 09:49, 13 June 2006 (UTC)