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Re: SWAD-Europe tshirt again

From: Libby Miller <Libby.Miller@bristol.ac.uk>
Date: Tue, 9 Dec 2003 18:30:56 +0000 (GMT)
To: public-esw@w3.org
Cc: liz@ephidrina.org
Message-ID: <Pine.GSO.4.58.0312091823590.12078@mail.ilrt.bris.ac.uk>

I just chatted to Nikki and she said:

* she likes the brains but the brain stems are a bit yucky in some cases
* she wondered whether 'we' sort of implied everyone in the world, and
maybe it should be 'I'

For the record, I like the brains and the brainstems :)


On Tue, 9 Dec 2003, Libby Miller wrote:

> hi all,
> Liz has some tshirt designs, detailed at:
> http://rdfig.xmlhack.com/2003/12/05/2003-12-05.html#1070620451.543022
> If you'd like to comment on the design, please do so here, by the end of
> this week.
> The slogan on the front is not yet finalized - Dan is talking to his W3C
> colleagues about it this week. He prefers the slogan
> "We helped build the Semantic Web"
> - as a more modest representation of the achievements of the project.
> Other suggestions welcome, although it needs to be six words to fit in
> with the design.
> We will also need to look into how many languages to put on the back
> and and who we can ask to check them for us (thanks Alberto! :)
> Liz was thinking of
> french
> spanish
> italian
> german
> dutch
> greek
> russian
> arabic
> chinese
> japanese
> hindi
> with english at the bottom. We have the translation for Italian:
> "e tutto quello che abbiamo ottenuto e' questa stupida maglietta"
> I guess Max or Chaals could do French, Chaals also arabic maybe?
> Perhaps a W3C team member could help us with the Japanese. Liz has
> friends who can do Dutch, maybe German and Russian. Eva could do Spanish
> for us.
> That leaves german(?) greek(?) russian(?) chinese and hindi. Plus any
> others which we think should be in there (Hungarian? Ivan could do
> that).
> cheers
> Libby
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