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No comments on debian logo??

> Hello fellow debians (male/female), 
> note{how many female debians are there actually?}
> I noticed a discussion about a logo for debian. Why not, everybody has
> a logo so why shouldn't we have one? I agree on a logo, but I think
> that we/you (whoever is reading this) shouldn't forget that a logo is
> the thing people remember and it is influencing the opinion people
> have about a specific product, program, operating system, utility or
> whatever.
> What can happen in the real world, filled with people who dislike
> unix, windows, warp, m$-dog, linux and probably debian too, they will
> judge on logos, dirty noises, chrashing systems, nifty tools, nifty
> sounds, flying windows and all those little seemly unimportant things.
> What I'm trying to state here is that a baby might be remembered as
> something fresh (+), uneducated (-), still growing (+/-) etc. People
> might get the wrong opion/idea on the system they are looking at.
> Perhaps it would be good to reconsider this logo thing and try to find
> something "suitable". I (subjective) was thinking of something more
> symbolic as a picture logo and also a kind of text logo. What we are
> dealing with at this moment is "The perfect combination of gnu-stuff
> and linux-stuff". Perhaps this combinatory thing could be expressed in
> a text logo by combining "gnu text" and "linux text" in TeX/LaTeX way
> or something similar. The picture logo could be something expressing a
> comparable kind of thing like a crystal, yin-yang, escher kind of
> drawing, neural networks picture, etc. A lot of other possibility's
> exist, it is simply a question of chosing one.
> I might be wrong but I thought it might be nice to think about this a
> little more. Sorry I don't like that baby so much.
> Erick Branderhorst

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