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Hey Bernhard,

2011/3/2 Bernhard Dippold <>

In your reply to my last mail I understood you in a way that you wanted to
on a new proposal.

I added a third alternative (which I don't like very much). The logos on my
page are only drafts; if we decide on one of them, I'll spend more time on
it. At the moment I don't have another idea how to deal with the ligature -
do you? I'd be more than glad to try another one.

If you are not going to do so, we should bring together the different
on one wiki page, describe the advantages and disadvantages of each of them
and vote.


I think it would be a good idea if everyone who votes would actually also
tell what he/she dislikes about it. Can you edit my own wiki page? If so,
I'd just make a subpage.

But what we need to keep in mind: Changes being recognized by the average
user / viewer will more likely be postponed until a new major or minor
than modifications leading "only" to a more balanced, professional and
consistent visual impression.

+1, I agree. Who has the final word on that?

Your first proposal (see the tinyurl above) definitely falls in the first
category in
my eyes...

Sure, it does look different, at least the "fft". And if we go for it, we
should be sure we want that ligature in our logo.


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