[Haskell-cafe] Announcement: Beta of Leksah IDE available
jnf at arcor.de
Wed Apr 1 12:59:32 EDT 2009
Nice that you like the logo. The idea to turn the lambda around came from
the name of the project. But actually I'm feeling totally incapable of
graphics design and the icons coming with leksah are an example of bitty
plagiarism. So I will definitely not participate in any Logo competition,
but feel free to use the idea.
By the way, if you have any inclination for this, may you like to help with
the graphic design of the leksah a bit? E.g. We have this little symbols
representing data, newtype, variable, class ... They all look awful.
Benjamin L.Russell wrote:
> Your logo, a lowercase lambda merged with an inverted version of the
> same sharing a single spine, loosely resembles an uppercase 'H', and
> could possibly serve as a Haskell logo. It is simple, can represent
> simultaneously both "lambda" and "Haskell," and can easily be enlarged
> or reduced without loss of legibility. Why didn't you submit it in
> the Haskell Logo Competition?
> The next time this competition comes around, if you don't mind, please
> submit this logo as an entry!
> -- Benjamin L. Russell
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