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Subject: Re: [boost] [git] Submodule's readme and logo
From: Adam Wulkiewicz (adam.wulkiewicz_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-12-13 13:13:46

2013/12/13 Vladimir Prus <ghost_at_[hidden]>

> On 13.12.2013 15:23, Adam Wulkiewicz wrote:
>> Hi,
>> In Boost.Geometry we recently added a readme file (currently only in
>> develop branch and
>> some basic wiki.
>> From one of the discussions (by Mateusz Loskot):
>> What I'd suggest is to create README.{md|markdown} file in root
>> directory of geometry repo:
>> have big heading on top
>> [LOGO] Boost.Geometry
>> The readme could also explain briefly what's around,
>> what is include folder, what is example, test folder.
>> and link to the main documentation and wiki pages.
>> GitHub has somewhat 'trained' people there always is a README file
>> (see
>> development.html)
>> so many users expect to use it as a first contact with a project.
>> I believe having those files in all submodules would have a positive
>> impact on the GitHub community and the users. Furthermore the style of
>> those files could be more or less unified. Therefore I've prepared
>> semi-consistent set of logos for some of the libraries:
>> I decided to achieve the
>> consistency by using the Boost logo as a base.
> Adam,
> thanks for trying to improve the artwork. That said, while I am not
> particularly proud of the logo at
> boost-build/
> I would say I still prefer it to the use of bricks metaphor, as you have
> in build logo.
Sure, but do you like the idea of using the Boost main logo as a base?
Would you like to figure something different out or just to use your
version of the logo?

Does the triangle on the right represent something?


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