Re: A finished icon proposal for the WPD main topics

On 13 Dec 2012, at 18:40, Doug Schepers <> wrote:

> Hi, Seb, Chris-
> On 12/13/12 12:25 PM, Chris Mills wrote:
>> Seb (day-ben-wah ;-) ) has been hard at work drawing icons for the
>> major topics on WPD, and you can see a full proposal in two different
>> colours in the latest attachment at
>> Please let us
>> know what you think.
> I took the liberty of uploading these to the wiki and creating a page for them [1], which I think makes it much easier to track and evaluate than the crappy bugzilla interface. (Maybe we should upload images to the wiki instead of Bugzilla, and just add links there?)

Nice one Doug. I think this is a good idea.

>> If I don't hear too much strong feedback against these, I'd like to
>> implement these and the new topic major landing pages I've built up
>> (
>> before Xmas, so we can have a strong base to structure articles on
>> top of from next year. These won't be set in stone after that, but
>> I'd suggest that we try to put *something* in place rather than
>> discuss endlessly about icons and landing page structures.
> I like these!
> I do have a few nits to pick, though... of course. :)
> 1) The CSS WG (as a whole) doesn't like the strong association of CSS with the HTML5 logo, so I suggest doing something other than the badge shape (I don't know what... the W3C CSS "building blocks" logo is indistinct); this definitely needs changing, though.

Ok, Doug has a reasonable point here.

Seb, by this, Doug means

Can you make a quick mock up of this in WPD style? I suggest we do this and get moving quickly, unless anyone has any other ideas, otherwise this could drag on forever. Then we can think up a better icon later on, perhaps waiting until the W3C have thought about it?)

> 2) The HTML logo should probably just be the badge shape, not the "semantics" brevets... it could just be the badge without the "5" in the middle, to keep it simple

ok, works for me. Is that ok for you, Seb?

> 3) The DOM logo is a bit busy, though I like the idea! Can it be simplified? Maybe put the brackets on the sides? < (simple tree) >

Seb, are you about to get a simplified version done? Maybe just a two or three pronged tree, with the prongs all the same size?

> 4) The bookmark in the book seems a little distracting to me (but I don't feel strongly).
> I can live with all of them, except the CSS one, so I say put them in ASAP.
> [1]
> Regards-
> -Doug

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