[IPython-dev] [IPython-User] New favicon
Wed Jun 15 15:49:14 CDT 2011
On 15.06.2011 22:34:48 Fernando Perez wrote:
> The fact that we've gone in exactly opposite directions with our vote
> is then probably a good indication to stay put. We should only make a
> full change on this if we're all convinced we love the new one.
> Otherwise, staying closer to what we have should win.
> I'm OK staying with the current logo too. Perhaps this has been
> rehashed already (the previous thread had more than I was able to
> digest, forgive me), but why not keep the current one and simply
> change the font to one where the I has serifs? That seems to be the
> main limitation of the current one to me, as I do like the idea of the
> serifed I matching visually the .
> Just a thought...
We were discussing also that in "IP[y]:" IP associates too much on
vastly used term IP (Internet protocol) and all it's derivations. To no
surprise there is already IPy module for Python which does exactly that
- Internet protocols. Then we (I) also discussed about braking term "Py"
in "IP[y]:" or necessity to use such term in logo at all.
Thinking about favicon and logo at same time as making website does not
seem strange to me. Previous logo can't be put in favicon if that
matters anything. Even if not, after these days tries, old logo seems
weary now to me and it sure wont fit in new coloring scheme which I
understand is to be prepared.
I tried to summarise what I read this two days, without trying to impose
anything. I'm fine with whatever you decide
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