From: Daniel Frey (d.frey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-11-29 17:19:23
David Abrahams wrote:
> Daniel Frey wrote:
>>>> Inspired by that, how about simply writing
>>>> OK, select a nice font, colors, etc., but also the plain text
>>>> representation is possible and IMHO communicates well where Boost
>>>> aims at.
>>> Because it doesn't suggest that Boost leads to standardization the
>>> way my submission does.
>> Yours implies this theme, too
> I know that mine implies the theme that Boost leads to standardization.
> I was claiming yours doesn't.
Oh, I misunderstood that. But why doesn't std::Boost imply that Boost
libraries (at least some) aim to become part of the standard (that is
namespace std::)? Or why is Boostd:: (given the colorized logo) better
than std::Boost (logo or text)?
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