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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.
 
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'd say: ''different, easy, friendly, modern, simple, interesting.''
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In regard to the adjectives, I'd say: ''friendly, modern, interesting.''
   
 
by --[[User:Aparcero|Aparcero]] 23:13, 31 December 2008 (UTC)
 
by --[[User:Aparcero|Aparcero]] 23:13, 31 December 2008 (UTC)

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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'd say: friendly, modern, interesting.

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