On Fri, Sep 26, 2003 at 11:36:01AM +0300, Gutza wrote:
Richard Grevers wrote:
Yay - months of process and what do we get? The
worst result - the
logo that has the biggest technical problems in terms of reproduction
in other media. Its greyscale version is incredibly unclear because it
is far too busy.
You just doubled or tripled the cost of Wikimedia letterhead, folks,
so everyone who voted for it had better donate extra.
Plus it's horrible. No offence to anyone, the thing already won, so it's
not a matter of offending the author anymore, but that logo stinks big
time. If this is democracy in action, imagine running a country this way.
OK, we've seen voting in action twice - first with article count reform,
now with a logo. And both times with a horrible results. If anyone wasn't
convinced that voting is bad, he can definitely see it now. So can we stop
making decisions this way now ?