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Re: [school-discuss] ISO Award suggestions and Software Freedom
I like the donut, too. I wonder,though, if open office doesnṫ have a point when
they use the air with some birds -- maybe a square scene with outlines of a
mountain meeting the sea and air with a palm on the shore (as in the prize, Palm
Quoting mike eschman <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> to keep it friendly and color-blind neutral, how about "the do-nut".
> mike eschman, etc ...
> On Wednesday 05 February 2003 10:07 am, Kyle Hutson wrote:
> . Douglas S. Blank wrote:
> . > Of course, these would be limited to free/open source. Suggest giving
> . > the award a name (something more encompassing than penguins, tux,
> . >
> . > Golden Apple Award (overused)
> . > Golden Chalk Award (has been used a couple of times)
> . > Golden Bit Award (also used a couple of times)
> . > Golden Forge Award (not used; not a bad name)
> . > Golden Nibble Award (not used, but an esoteric computer term, but
> cute) .
> . How about a "golden doughnut award" - since they're open. I tried to
> . think of other "open" things, but "golden puff-pastry award" just didn't
> . have a good ring to it.
> . Does it have to be "golden"?
> . "open apple award" sounds too much like the reset sequence on the early
> . Apple computers (yes, it's sad that I still remember this).
> . Any more esoteric computer terms? All I can think of off the top of my
> . head are networking (packet, port, ACK, SYN) which may not be
> . More to the human side: Fingers, Brain, Caffeine, perhaps?
> (http://www.etc-edu.com ) Not just an afterthought ...