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> >The picture represents a woman leading a mob. Some dead soldiers are
> >lying in front of her. The woman is unusually tall (like greek
> >goddesses) so it is probably not a real woman but the goddess of
> >Freedom. The woman is bare breasted and carries a rifle in one hand
> >and the French Republic's flag in the other.
> Ah yes, I remember the rest of the picture, painting.
> >A logo using a bare breasted woman would be offensive for some people
> >and in some countries. Dressing her would attract flak due to
> >censoring the picture
> Probably. I wont quote Abe Lincoln, about pleasing all the people etc. . .
> >UN is not a body representing humankind but a body representing states
> >and is as good as the majority of them.
> True. Though it would be nice to think that the states are representative of
> the people. Dream on!
Good as the majority of states/governments means UN stinks.
> >The Penguin is the Linux logo.
> Is it copywrited?
> I suppose what bugs me about the logo you propose is the woman with the
> rifle and the dead bodies. You brought the picture back to mind vividly.
Dead Microsoft minions. Just kidding.
> Will a small banner do? 'Linux for all' or something to that effect?
A logo must be able to be shrinked so it should no carry writing.
Of course my idea can seem too "heroic", specially because we already
have a ridiculously "heroic" name but in the other hand it matches the
Jean Francois Martinez
Project Independence: Linux for the Masses
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