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Markus posted a message on the slackbuilds.org mailing list about a logo contest. I wasn't crazy about it so I adapted another version. I know all of us here appreciate the wonderful service the Slackbuilds team provides. So why not have a logo; something slackware websites can use as an icon or badge to show support and link to Slackbuilds.org?
Attached is my entry; adapted from the Slackware boot splash. I also have the original Gimp xcf for any graphics artists out there.
I like the original lego logo. I think having "slack builds" stuck with a free floating ".org" is very obvious for anyone, not to mention the ubquitous knowledge that .org is the end of the URL. Just my two cents. In any case the legos are genius
I really like the quality of the blocks (and the logo as a whole), however, personally I don't think it's appropriate for anything related to slackware. It's way too fancy for slackware/slackbuilds. Where's simplicity? Where's KISS?