[openbeos] Re: How to proceed with the Haiku Compatible logos

  • From: "Meanwhile -" <meanwhile@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: openbeos@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 30 May 2007 23:23:23 +0800


I'm very happy with the designs proposed by Stippi...!
They look ready to be used, but I'm not against a vote if people want to have 


> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Stephan Assmus" <superstippi@xxxxxx>
> To: openbeos@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [openbeos] How to proceed with the Haiku Compatible logos
> Date: Wed, 30 May 2007 16:43:45 +0200
> Hi all,
> the Haiku admins have talked a bit on the subject of the HAIKU COMPATIBLE
> badge logos. We think that a full blown vote like the one for the Haiku icon
> set style, is bit overkill. From the feedback given here, it looks like
> everybody would be ok if we made the logos which I designed (3c, 5c, 5d
> <http://www.yellowbites.com/stuff/index.html>) the official HAIKU COMPATIBLE
> badge logos. So we would have a colored one, a dark on light one and a light
> on dark one. I am only aware of Austin, Meanwhile and Thom having designed
> other logo propositions. At least Austin expressed that he liked my logos as
> well. It would be nice to know from Meanwhile and Thom what they tink/feel.
> So how should we proceed? Like I said, we think a vote is a bit too much for
> this, since we appear to have logos which everyone would be fine with. But I
> don't want to rule out a vote if that is what you want. Plus I don't want to
> rule out other people presenting nicer logos yet. So I propose to do the
> following:
> We set a deadline (Wednesday June 13th), so that you have two weeks to:
> * design more logos
> and/or
> * write to either this list (or to me in private if you like) that you
>    would really like to see a vote on all known logos.
> So in two weeks, if people expressed that they would really like a vote,
> then we have one. If we have more logos by then, two things should happen:
> Either these logos are clearly (judging by the feedback here) nicer then
> what we have (then we take those instead), or we think a vote makes sense.
> Otherwise we just take what we have.
> Please note that I am perfectly aware that it is a bit flaky that I am the
> one writing this email, seeing I designed the logos which would be used
> without a vote. On the other side, I think we should get a healthier
> athomsphere into our open discussions (based on the trust that what people
> argue is with the best intentions for the project), and, like that Google
> Tech Talk showed, if something can be decided without a vote, then that's an
> indicator of a healthier system. From my perspective, I'm basing this
> proposition on the feedback for all the presented logos.
> Lastly, please keep in mind that it isn't impossible to update our logos
> after we have an "official" one (many companies/projects have done this, or
> created additional ones). And the design of such logos is not such a huge
> task as the design of the entire icon set.
> If you still think we should simply have a vote, then please speak up and
> that's no problem!
> Best regards,
> -Stephan


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