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The diamond shape represents purity and strength. The logo is clean, simple, modern and to the point.
 
The diamond shape represents purity and strength. The logo is clean, simple, modern and to the point.
   
I think that the text should be in lowercase because it makes the name "haskell" friendlier and less threatening. See the logos of [http://www.xerox.com xerox], [http://www.att.com at&t], [http://www.intel.com intel] and even [http://www.python.org/ python] for examples of that.
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I think the text should be in lowercase because it makes the name "haskell" friendlier and less threatening. See the logos of [http://www.xerox.com xerox], [http://www.att.com at&t], [http://www.intel.com intel] and even [http://www.python.org/ python] for examples of that.
   
 
In regard to the adjectives, I would say: aadsf, asdf, asdf.
 
In regard to the adjectives, I would say: aadsf, asdf, asdf.

Revision as of 23:45, 31 December 2008

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The diamond shape represents purity and strength. The logo is clean, simple, modern and to the point.

I think the text should be in lowercase because it makes the name "haskell" friendlier and less threatening. See the logos of xerox, at&t, intel and even python for examples of that.

In regard to the adjectives, I would say: aadsf, asdf, asdf.

by --Aparcero 23:13, 31 December 2008 (UTC)