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Re: Debian redesign

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On 29-07-2009 23:42, Goswin von Brederlow wrote:
> Andreas Tille <andreas@an3as.eu> writes:
>> I do not think that we could risk as a small non-commercial
>> project (compared to the given examples) that our logo we advertised
>> for a "not so long" timespan becomes outdated and our users might
>> become unhappy about "outdated" T-Shirts etc.
> Gives one a good reason to buy new T-Shirts.
> I seriously doubt users overall will be unhappy about "outdated"
> T-Shirts. They will welcome the variety. Gives them something new to
> wear.

	No about "outdated" t-shirts, but there are already users
asking me if the logo will change because they like the Swirl. :)

>> Makes no sense at all and I do not see the slightest advantage
>> for the project.
> One argument raised for the simplified swirl was that it would scale
> better. More recognisable as our logo in smaller sizes and easier to
> print.

> Not sure I agree with that but I have never printed swirl buttons
> or the like either.

	I've printed swirl buttons and stickers without any
problems and in all its richness of details, this is not a
valid (or strong) argument for a logo change.  It also can't
guarantee that the change will indeed provide more
recognition, that requires further research.

Kind regards,
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Felipe Augusto van de Wiel (faw)
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