[Foundation-l] Divergent Wiktionary logos
yann at forget-me.net
Wed Mar 25 14:59:21 UTC 2009
Elisabeth Anderl wrote:
> Hello all, this is a very old and often discussed issue,
> the problems raised with the logo were not yet addressed (such as copyright
> issues, which characters to use), and the new 'logo' is IMHO the most ugly
> thing I have ever seen.
> Btw.: from alexa.com:
> Where people go on Wiktionary.org:
> - en.wiktionary.org - 48.6% <- old logo
> - de.wiktionary.org - 12.8% <- old logo
> - fr.wiktionary.org - 9.7% <- new logo
> - ru.wiktionary.org - 3.6% <- old logo
> - es.wiktionary.org - 3.1% <- old logo
> - ja.wiktionary.org - 2.9% <- old logo
> - pl.wiktionary.org - 2.4% <- old logo
> - pt.wiktionary.org - 2.3% <- old logo
> - it.wiktionary.org - 1.6% <- new logo
> - el.wiktionary.org - 1.5% <- new logo
> Guess how many Wiktionarians apprently like the new logo...
I didn't take part in the discussion and the vote, but this is a poor
attempt to justify the old logo. People do not look at a web site like
Wiktionary because of the logo.
> Best regards, E.
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