[Foundation-l] [Wiktionary-l] Divergent Wiktionary logos
cary at wikimedia.org
Wed Mar 25 21:37:04 UTC 2009
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Cary Bass wrote:
> While the English Wiktionary community may or may not be satisfied
> with the logo as-is, in the interest of maintaining a visual identity,
> one logo has to be used across projects, whether or not the English
> Wiktionary wants it or not.
I'd like a chance to rephrase this, for poor grammar, as well as
The Wiktionary projects should maintain a unique visual identity. It
is of the utmost importance that the identity be unique to Wiktionary,
but common among the projects.
Also, I want to point out: Guillaume Paumier did a great presentation
at Wikimania 2007 on Visual Identity here:
The PDF linked has some well-researched information about Visual
Identity, and the workshop was extremely interesting.
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