Re: CSS logo proposal
Steven Pemberton writes:
> I think it is time to stop trying to create new logos, and come to
> some sort of closure.
Agreed. It seems like consensus is forming around suite 1/5 with an
enthusiasitc minority arguing for a (§§-based logo. I have much
sympathy for this approach, but think this will leave us without a
working logo in a critical introduction phase. We should, however,
make sure that the textual parts of a button can be specified in <ß as
well -- when time is ready.
> I propose that we empower H&kon to create a penultimate version of
> the Suite 1 logos, plus a button with the required wording and logo,
> that allows us one more look, and then we declare it formal.
> Can we put a deadline of 1st January on this? I want to use it!
Great! The plan is to come up with a suite of logos that vary in size
(from buttons to banners) and color (b&w, pastel, greenish, redish,
neon) to suit various pages. I will need professional help to render
the images and hope to have the result ready if/when ¢$$¹ becomes a
Thanks to everyone who has contributed -- please continue to do so.
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