Holger Hellmuth wrote:
> Am 11.04.2014 17:39, schrieb Philippe Vaucher:
> >FWIW, I think if you made a poll and asked which color is the most
> >"positive" between green and red, the vast majority of people would
> >say "green". Examples could be traffic green lights vs red lights, or
> Coca-Cola uses red. So red is refreshing and hip (if you believe the
> commercials).

Coca-Cola chose red long time ago, if branding and artist experts told
them another colour would be better it wouldn't matter; their color is
red and they can't change it now.

Moreover we are not in the business of refreshing beverages, we are in
the business of revision control, and in revision control red is old,
green is new. Period.

> Which is to say, git's wellfare will surely not depend on the color of
> its logo. Otherwise the Coca-Cola company would have used a different
> color.

It doesn't. But green is still better.

Felipe Contreras
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