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Hi --

On Wed, 11 May 2005, [ISO-8859-1] Florian Growrote:

> gabriele renzi wrote:
>
>> Now that there is (mostly) agreement on a ruby icon, I think it would be 
>> great to come up with some nice images to put on our own websites/blog.
>> I'm not just thinking of "ruby powered" images but also something like 
>> "Ruby Developer", "I Love Ruby", "Ruby Contributor" and such on the lines 
>> of the mono gif[1]. What do people think of this?
>
> This one has graphical problems and I know of them, but perhaps somebody from 
> the VI-Team would be able to take the idea and rework it consistently into 
> the style of the current gem graphic. I'm not sure what the exacts 
> requirements for being considered a "Ruby Hacker" would be (do we need them 
> at all?) but chris2 seems to have suggested that being in the change log or 
> not might be one.

There's no requirement for being considered a Ruby hacker other than
that you be a Ruby hacker and want to call yourself that.  (I usually
go with "Rubyist".)  Or that you are not one but want people to think
you are :-)


David

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