On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 2:56 PM, Frederik Ramm <frede...@remote.org> wrote:

> Hi,
> On 10/14/2016 09:34 PM, Simon Poole wrote:
> > I suspect that was exactly the kind of thing Elio was trying to avoid
> .....
> >
> > That said, I'm not convinced that yet another iteration of the
> > magnifying glass logo makes a lot of sense. Logos with the basic theme
> > are a dime a dozen and ours employs memes that are not obvious at all
> > today on top of that.
> I'm not sure if we need a new logo at all, but *if* we do, I think I
> prefer what has been done here - evolving the existing one - over
> throwing it out in favour of something completely different, memes or no
> memes. The magnifying glass is hard to explain when there's nothing
> under it but I think we have reached an age where it is ok to simply
> hold on to something because of tradition ;)

 That, and with the rapid evolution of both data consumers and editors
since I joined seven and a half years ago, rather suggests the more
"effortless" usage we have now.  The binary digits have been fading in my
time with the project as it is.  Also makes it more easily customization to
a local group (useful for me since I'm bad with filters to put, say,
Oklahoma's or Tulsa's coat of arms in the logo).
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