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Re: [AUCTeX] Logo for AUCTeX: request for ideas

From: EglobalpresS
Subject: Re: [AUCTeX] Logo for AUCTeX: request for ideas
Date: Tue, 23 Feb 2016 18:24:46 +0100

Look to your screen cells and computers with this kind of icons Look like dead

> El 23/02/2016, a las 13:34, David Kastrup <address@hidden> escribió:
> Mosè Giordano <address@hidden> writes:
>> 2016-02-23 12:07 GMT+01:00 EglobalpresS <address@hidden>:
>>> What do you think about develop a logo with a bit movement?
>> Do you mean an animated logo?  If so, it can't be a GIF, see
> Which starts with
>    There is no special patent threat to GIF format nowadays as far as
>    we know; the patents that were used to attack GIF have
>    expired. Nonetheless, this article will remain pertinent as long as
>    programs can be forbidden by patents, since the same sorts of things
>    could happen in any area of computing. See our web site policies
>    regarding GIFs, and our web guidelines.
> which leads to
>    In the past, GIFs have had patent problems. However, now that the
>    IBM and Unisys patents (and other patents world-wide that are
>    relevant to LZW compression) have expired, GIFs that are based on
>    the 87a or 89a standard are acceptable. Please be wary of
>    proprietary applications that may include non-standard patented
>    technologies (we'd prefer you use free software applications when
>    authoring for our websites). In general, PNG or JPEG format, are
>    still safe, and are probably better from a technical standpoint. For
>    details regarding the old GIF problem, see
> Other formats are also
>    allowed, though JPEG is the one most widely recognized by Web
>    browsers (be careful with JPEG 2000, as well as PNG alpha channels,
>    as it includes features not fully supported by older browsers).
> That being said, I consider animated logos highly rude.  They distract
> from the content.
> -- 
> David Kastrup

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