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Re: Will someone answear me?

"Kaveh R. Ghazi" <> writes:

|  >  > Excuse me, everybody. I'm not trying to persuade anyone, but will
|  >  > someone from moderators or GCC maintainers answear me? 
|  > 
|  > I suspect most people doesn't really see the need for a new logo.
|  > However, the SC is likely to follow if there is consesnsus on the
|  > list.
|  > 
|  >  > I'm trying to redesign GCC logotype, and I don't think it is a good
|  >  > idea to continue, because few people respond and none of "officials"
|  >  > did ("New GCC logotype version 1.6" topic.). It would be very nice of
|  >  > You to clarify, that You don't like it at all or probably have other
|  >  > things to do. That could stop me spending my time "flooding" the
|  >  > mail-list, and drawing. d:-) 
| In addition to Per's comments, you should note the current logo
| references the historical rift in the GCC community and its eventual
| reunification.  (The GNU popping out of the egg.)  I myself and
| perhaps others who went through that period with GCC, feel the logo
| commemorates the difficulties we resolved and signifies a rebirth for
| the compiler.


| So while I respect your attempts at artistic expression, personally I
| like the logo just the way it is.

I think I like the current logo as it is.

-- Gaby

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