[nycbug-talk] FreeBSD 4:10 T-Shirt
Tue Jun 1 09:42:22 EDT 2004
> On May 29, 2004, at 2:54 AM, Jesse Callaway wrote:
>>> ideas? Non-NYC-centric, project agnostic. . .
>> I think a turtle would be appropriate. Each scale of the shell could
>> represent a diffrent BSD. It doesn't have to be a 1to 1
>> correspondence. On second thought they might be percieved as being
>> slow and hermit-like.
> yes, and remember we're talking about fbsd 5.3. ..which may no longer
> be considered "new technology."
>> Strictly incorporating the demon + pitchfork with a sea theme yields
>> Neptune. But that doesn't mean anything.
> but it's there. . .
>> Hammer and anvil? Tools of a blacksmith.. a toolmaker. Or we could go
>> more high-tech to like a machinist. I just thought of the calipers
>> and maybe it's getting too Masonic here. But I think the blacksmith
>> line of thought could go pretty far.
> Deep. . .
> I can see the blacksmith thing working. . .but again, i think that the
> theme of fbsd 5.3 being the first stable needs to stand out. . .
> maybe the theme of atlas holding the globe? no more tornadoes or
> rain, no more earthquakes or volcanoes. . .
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> talk at lists.nycbug.org
How about a daemon mason, laying bricks into a wall, each brick
representing the various technologies and BSDs that 5.3 is built upon,
and that it symbolizes a solid foundation for future growth...et cettera
blah blah blah....Just my $.05
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