From: Joel (joel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-12-08 21:50:18
David Abrahams wrote:
> For a while there, we were having such fun posting proposed logo
> designs; there were easily 20 posts a day on the topic. I requested
> that the local posting stop so we could run a contest "for real," that
> would include the wider C++ community, and solicited a contest manager,
> but so far nobody has stepped forward. It would be a real shame if
> Boost ended up with no new logo or an inferior logo just because of that.
> Really, for some of you who've been very involved with the previous
> flurry of posts, this job shouldn't occupy much more time than you were
> already going to spend on it. Someone just has to:
> 1. write up a voting system
> 2. modify the wiki page to reflect recent requirements consensus
> 3. post an announcement
> 4. tally the results
> Rene has already established a great "head start" by setting up the Wiki
> page. Isn't there anyone out there who's willing to perform this
> valuable service to the Boost community?
> Don't make me start emailing individuals to prod them ;-)
Ok. I've been thinking about it. I'll take it. Gimme some time
to ponder on your 4 points.
-- Joel de Guzman http://www.boost-consulting.com http://spirit.sf.net
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