Joined: July 2004
||Posted: July 05 2007,14:29
I remember what I said in the other post...i'm entitled to change my mind if things become a whole lot worse than I expected. =o)
I have always been of the opinion that unnecessary changes should necessarily be improvements. The only image listed here that comes close to this requirement is dsl-propaganda-1, although even that has its problems. The text is virtually unreadable to someone who doesn't already know what it says, so is pretty much just a distraction (EDIT: i see the text was removed in dsl-propaganda-4, which makes it much cleaner and easier on the eyes). The globe doesn't really make any sense to me...it appears as though this graphic was made by adding a "4" to a KDE networking or browser desktop icon. If I *had* to pick a new one, this would be it.
Please don't take my comments as intentionally harsh or personal. Your desire to improve DSL is definitely a good thing, but I just really don't see any reason to replace Tux with something that is of lower quality.