[Tango-artists] Another License Enquiry
dobey.pwns at gmail.com
Mon Sep 24 20:03:49 PDT 2007
Personally, I would drop the idea of having a globe where the O
is/should be. Simply having the text only looks much better to me.
It also has nothing to do with code, or rendering. If you really
want a graphical logo in the Tango style, I would suggest trying
to come up with some design that /says/ Code + Render when you
look at it.
On Tue, 2007-09-25 at 10:14 +1000, Mark Unwin wrote:
> Hi Guys,
> Thank you for the replies. I also sent an email to the CC people.
> They are of the opinion that I have to attribute the icons, where-ever
> I use them - including business cards and shirts... I have attached
> an .SVG that I have been playing with. Obviously the Tango Icon is the
> 'internet' globe. Any help replacing this would be most appreciated.
> Any suggestions on design also appreciated. I am NOT an artistic
> person - I have just been playing with Inkscape (which I love, BTW).
> The Company's name is CodeRender. I will be offering services based
> around the customisation and implementation of OpenSource software. My
> pet project is Open-AudIT - which is GPL'ed. I already have one
> client, and am now "officially" looking for more. Again, any help most
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