Re: Debian Logo Contest
On Thu, 18 Feb 1999 email@example.com wrote:
> When people were talking about a new contest, I simply assumed that a
> new contest meant canceling the old one. If that is not the case,
> forgive me my assumption.
I would like to see it this way. Save the time of the people which
are intended to do things which couldn't be accepted. I hope this
is a fair intention and I never want to embarrass someone who wants
to support the project.
> Lets not throw the baby out with the bath water. Find the few good
> ones and pick from among them.
The king under the blinds is the one who has one eye?
Quite a bad thing for us I think. Let us stick to the old one until
we really find a good logo. It's the debian common sense: Let us
stich to the old release until we really have a new stable distribution.
And if the logo decision not is finished when slink is to be released
then stay with the old one. Potato will hopefully come with a new
logo as well as a new default kernel.
> > A logo should last a lifetime. We should not change our logo every n
> > years. This would terminate the goal of recognizability (sp?).
... in this sense ...
> My signature is meant to show the similarities between the two. As for
> removing the reference to Hitler, ignoring the past means forgetting
> what has happened in the past, and the only way to change the future is
> to learn from the past.
I think we discussed the thing some time ago...
Moreover it is Off-Topic under this thread subject.