[SDL] An SDL Logo concept to start (was Re: SDL Logo)
criswell at geekcomix.com
Sun Jul 28 15:44:00 PDT 2002
Throwing in my 2 cents: I personally think that there are far too many
Open-Source/Free-Software projects these days with gears in their logos.
I'm aware we're all tech-heads, and gears are really the start of
technology/machines as we know them (okay, maybe levers would be
first... but I digress ;-) but does every project have to have gears as
a logo? (Hypocracy coming from someone with YATBL: Yet Another Tux-Based
Logo, I know...)
That minor gripe being said, I personally like the PDF ones the original
poster had (just wish they would be made available in a open format :-)
as well as these below.
On Sun, 2002-07-28 at 16:10, Romi Kuntsman wrote:
> Romi Kuntsman wrote:
> > Just got an idea:
> > SDL is meant to simplify things, right? So much that you don't need to
> > handle those inside stuff, which gears represent. If we take the idea
> > of Gears, maybe SDL should not be represented by them, but instead the
> > letters "SDL" will be over the gears (or something like that) - i.e.
> > you know there are gears, but you only need to handle the much simpler
> > SDL instead of those complex gears...
> I mean something like this:
> What do you think?
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