On Monday 19 May 2008 8:33:06 pm Barry deFreese wrote: > Alain Baeckeroot wrote: > > Le mardi 20 mai 2008, Bruno Kleinert a écrit : > >> Am Montag, den 19.05.2008, 17:05 +0200 schrieb Miriam Ruiz: > >>> It looks nice for a web page indeed, but I wonder if it would look > >>> nice in a T Shirt :) > >> > >> indeed, it looked stupid on a t-shirt - i didn't think of that case! ;) > >> > >> i gave it another try - this time with geek (pacman) and serious gaming > >> (the card game emblems). also i tried out the logo on a schematic > >> t-shirt. > >> > >> cheers - fuddl > > > > Great logos. > > I love the minimalistic pacman hunting debian spiral > > > > my 2 cents > > Alain > > These are very cool. I have another idea but I am far from an artist > (surprise, surprise). How about something with a spaceship or plane > where the Debian swirl is the vapor trail? > > Nice job folks! > > Barry Why not start a timeline, like 5 days, for anyone wanting to submit a logo to create and submit it to the list? Then allow another 5 days for anyone to critique each logo based on things like coolness, acceptability (like your grandma won't be bother by it), etc. Then afterwards, pick a logo based on those critiques. Just a thought. I also wanted to ask this. Anyone want to do something about the webpage (http://pkg-games.alioth.debian.org/)? -- Regards, Andres
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