Re: Need "100% Free Software" logo
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> This unfortunately reinforces the idea that the ``free'' in Freeware refers to
> cost rather than freedom ?
> Shouldn't we be looking for a logo involving broken shackles or some such ?
> Cheers, Phil.
I thought about that, and came to the conclusion that not having freedom was
expensive. However, I agree that broken shakles is a better symbol. Just how
to draw it is not clear to me, though. Take a look at the Open Hardware logo.
It's over-complicated for a logo, but I could not get the concept across
Maybe just a disc with wings?
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