On Wed, Mar 07, 2007 at 01:24:12AM +0100, Nick Copeland wrote:
> >you get my drift about it looking generic, right?
I had a waveform in there before, but Ico found it too blurry
while I didn't want to make it more complicated to avoid it
becoming competition to the letters.
> I more than second that opinion. Music is about movement, sound, energy,
Does this logo even suggest I wanted to express any of "movement, sound,
energy, dance, poetry, romance, sex and rock and roll"? Well, reagrding
sound, see previous version. Otherwise do you think I'm that incompetent?
The logo is meant to express that it's about APPLICATIONS. A pretty
generic concept. With a waveform in the background, I don't consider
it important to express sound in the logo too.
Also the logo doesn't stand for linuxaudio, it stands for this particular
sub-site, emphasizing the one specific thing about it: apps.
This site is all about organisation, categorisation. Thus I'm fine if
the logo has a touch of 'office'.
If people disagree with the above, I will just stop. You can have
my work executed to my best knowledge or nothing at all.
It's interesting to see how well received the logo was before.
If it's dull now, it was dull before, but no one said so.
> If linux really wants to bring anything to the music scene it really does
Oh sure. people browse from site to site until the find a logo they like.
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