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Re: origins of the Debian logo

On Thu, 2004-12-30 at 18:01 +0100, martin f krafft wrote:
> Hi all!
> In the process of completion of my book (http://debianbook.info),
> I have one more question. Unfortunately, I am on a shitty GSM link
> right now and the available (crippled) means of research have not
> been able to produce an answer to the following:
> Where does the Debian Swirl come from?
> What does it try to symbolise?

Was (partly) answered on debian-user some days ago:


Hanspeter Kunz                  Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
Ph.D. Student                   Department of Information Technology
Email: hkunz@ailab.ch           University of Zurich
Tel: +41.(0)44.63-54306         Andreasstrasse 15, Office 2.12
http://ailab.ch/people/hkunz    CH-8050 Zurich, Switzerland

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