Logo again.

Anja Gerwinski anja at 44615166.theo-phys.uni-essen.de
Sun Mar 25 19:17:14 UTC 2001

Hi Bernhard and all,

Bernhard Reiter wrote on Mar 16, 2001 at 11:44AM +0100:
> Several discussions on this lists have let to several drafts. 
> Anja did the best job so far:
> http://agnes.dida.physik.uni-essen.de/~anja/gnu/index.html

Thanks :-)

However, since in this mail ...

> You might remember my last take on the discussion:
> http://mailman.fsfeurope.org/pipermail/discussion/2001-January/000281.html

(BTW, mailman.fsfeurope.org is "host not found" but I found the
message in my folder.)

... you only comment on my designs with stars, I wonder what you
think about the later versions?

> I think the requirements mentioned there are still unmet.
> | We need a logo which can be understood in max. 100x100 pixel _on
> | screen_.  It would be a huge advantage to even have it smaller or
> | have a small version with even less details.

My latest logo suggestion (uploaded in February) meets these
requirements. It works well from high resolution, full color to black
& white only to web page button size. I created some smaller versions
to demonstrate it and cleaned up the web page. They are here:


> | we need simpler drafts or a generally different
> | directions for our ideas.
> Here I am reviving the discussion.
> Maybe some of you know logo designers and can convince them 
> to do a couple of sketches. 
> We could also start a contest somehow.
> It would be nice if we could come up with 
> more drafts we can present to the core group. 

I agree with you that it would be nice to have more sketches from
different people. Preferably without stars.

Best wishes,


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