Subject: Re: NetBSD logo
To: Jukka Marin <email@example.com>
From: Dave Burgess <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/02/1997 12:01:07
> On Sat, Nov 01, 1997 at 11:29:40AM -0500, John F. Woods wrote:
> > > >> http://www.future.net/~tomthai/netbsd_logo_daemon.gif
> > > >Beats the heck out of the other one... :')
> > > *nod*
> > I suppose it *is* in the nature of a volunteer project that people work on
> > what they like to do, but it does kind of seem to me that choosing a really
> > cool logo is pretty far down on the list of things that could be done to
> > increase NetBSD's user base.
> Maybe, but it would be nice to include a NetBSD logo on the WWW pages
> of all machines running NetBSD..
It would also be nice if we could get the folks running NetBSD to get
into the WebRing. I've been on a ring for over a year and Unix Review/Info
Week/one of those (???) just had a really interesting article about
WebRing. If we could get the Ring thing going (and get some prominence
on our Web Pages) it would be a Good Thing (tm).
> BTW, I wish the logo had some nice animal in it (the best thing in linux is
> the cute little penguin of theirs ;-) The daemon sounds so evil and bad in
> my ears, when compared to an innocent penguin. ;) Oh well, I guess it will
> always be a daemon, so I should probably continue on writing this C program..
Have you every actually been around a penguin? I wasn't able to discern
any appreciable difference (except for the pitchfork, which the penguin
doesn't need :-)
BTW: I thought the Jargon File claimed the preferred pronunciation for
'daemon' was 'dA - mun', not 'dE - mun'. That is usually enough to get
the (all but the most ecclesiastical) confused enough to quiet them
Dave Burgess Network Engineer - Nebraska On-Ramp, Inc.
*bsd FAQ Maintainer / SysAdmin for the NetBSD system in my spare bedroom
"Just because something is stupid doesn't mean there isn't someone that
doesn't want to do it...."