On 23/06/14 06:50, Marguerite Su wrote:
I think you worried too much...Zvezdana and Ken used that chameleon to
express the color idea instead of the logo.
This is correct. This chameleon was never meant to be a logo. There were
questions during the conference in Dubrovnik to create logo from it,
which we refused from the very start.
This chameleon is one out of four posters we created and it is the only
one that has that "funny" side. That chameleon is just a fragment of the
whole concept that we made.
If you search on Google
Image, you will know that chameleon exists long before
we use it. It's
not just "funny" that we can't use it as a logo, but not
Not really sure where such illustration of chameleon exist, but I can
confirm that it is not copied from anywhere.
And I am sure hundreds of interpretations of chameleon exist on internet
which can be similar in form.
So I think it might be cultural difference hereby that drives this
thread. They used a second language to express their ideas while we
watched in a second language too. It might be helpful if they release
their slideshow. That's exactly why GNOME Asia always release their
And to Raymond: personally I agree to remove the text, because it's useless...
1. most newbies just don't know how to pronounce it and how to
correctly write it.
eg: In my area, no one knows "SUSE" actually pronounces like "SUZA"
the first place. and they always write "OpenSUSE" or "Open SUSE"
because wikipedia can't make the first letter uppercase and the SUSE
2. due to 1, most newbies in my area just call openSUSE in a different
way, based on the image they get from our logo.
eg: "Big Chameleon", "Green Chameleon" are the most common cases.
3. Who really care "Fifthleg" or "OpenSans"? they just read...so I
think it has very little influence unless you changed it into emoji
When it comes to rest of discussion I would just repeat what Ken already
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