[pytest-dev] pytest logo previews / please check drafts out
holger at merlinux.eu
Tue May 20 10:50:08 CEST 2014
On Tue, May 20, 2014 at 10:43 +0200, Harald Armin Massa[legacy] wrote:
> I do not understand the panflute-motive that is dominating the
> designs. Can somebody please enlighten the LightningTalkMan?
Tarek came up with the idea and i liked it: testing in python
has an inofficial mascott: the testing goat. And a shepherd
who takes care of the flock uses a pan flute. Pan is the
"the god of the wild, shepherds and flocks, nature of mountain wilds ..."
according to Wikipedia. That's roughly the background.
> While enlightning: what ist the reason behind the first "P" of Pytest
> a capital letter, as for me pytesting something has more a "function",
> "method" appeal than a "Class"-appeal.
I already fed back that i'd like to have this lower case.
> >From the designs I favour #10; from #4 and #5 I would be more found of
> #5; with the panflute only having one and a half family of colours.
You mean the panflute itself should only have one color?
I like the multi-colors ...
> I think putting a claim ("helps you...") into a logo is a challenge -
> it is allways hard to keep that claim readable in various scalings.
> Anyway, #4 and #5 would surely also work without the claim :)
Yes, the logo needs to work without the claim but it's also nice
if it works with it - we could change the entry page of pytest.org
to make it fit i guess.
> 2014-05-20 10:12 GMT+02:00 holger krekel <holger at merlinux.eu>:
> > Hi all,
> > The competition for the new pytest logo has one week to go and we
> > can feedback to designers. See here for current design drafts:
> > http://www.12designer.com/en/project/11977/details/Logo-logo-design-for-a-tool-for-testing-computer-software/
> > My current favorites are #4 and #5 but i also like a few others.
> > Any comments/feedback welcome.
> > best,
> > holger
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