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#1 2009-04-25 22:10:12

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Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

*update*
I've created a page for the logos on my site: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … age_logos/


*edit*
This started out with just the Arch Linux Haskell logo (I really liked the new Haskell logo when I saw it and felt inspired). After encouragement from others I've made some more logos. If you request something, please suggest the appropriate logo for the language (and maybe link to it... preferably to an svg file).

Haskell
The cutout and grey colors are based on the new Thompson-Wheeler logo.
arch-haskell_logo.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … l_logo.svg

arch-haskell_logo_2.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … logo_2.svg

These colors are from the haskell.org site logo.
arch-haskell_logo_3.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … logo_3.svg

Python
arch-python_logo.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … n_logo.svg

arch-python_logo_2.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … logo_2.svg

Java
arch-java_logo.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … a_logo.svg

Ruby
Son of a dirty bitch was this more complicated then I'd expected. When I found the Ruby logo svg I was thinking "nice, this should be straightforward" until I opened it in Inkscape. The vector image was so dirty I ended up recreating the gem shape manually using the old one as a guide. I don't mind though... it showed me how to do point and path snapping and some other things.

arch-ruby_logo_2.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … logo_2.svg

with thinner lines:
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … y_logo.svg



Shell
arch-shell_logo_3.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … logo_3.svg

arch-shell_logo_4.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … logo_4.svg

arch-shell_logo_7.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … logo_7.svg

arch-shell_logo_8.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … logo_8.svg

other versions:
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … l_logo.svg
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … logo_2.svg
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … logo_5.svg
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … logo_6.svg

Tcl

arch-tcl_logo.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … l_logo.svg

C and C++
I'm not really happy with either of these... plain letters lack symbology and the colors are arbitrary. Anyway, I modelled the C on the impact font (but didn't actually use Impact as it's still a commercial font). The color for the C logo comes from the color used on the cover of the K&R book: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Kr_c_prog_lang.jpg

arch-C_logo.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … C_logo.svg

arch-CPP_logo.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … P_logo.svg

arch-C-sharp_logo.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … p_logo.svg

Perl
This one was a bit complex too but it taught me how to take a very small image with dirty edges and convert it into a smooth vector image using GIMP and Inkscape.

The color is from The Perl Foundation's onion logo.

arch-perl_logo.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … l_logo.svg

TeX & LaTeX

arch-tex_logo.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … x_logo.svg

arch-latex_logo.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … x_logo.svg

Lua

arch-lua_logo.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … a_logo.svg

Fortran

arch-fortran_logo.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … n_logo.svg

Scala
This one uses semi-transparency so silhouette/threshold versions (e.g. all black) may not look good.

arch-scala_logo.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … a_logo.svg

Lisp
This is another one that I'm not sure about. I created the parentheses and lambda myself because I wasn't happy with any of the (free) fonts. Suggestions for improvement are welcome.

*edit*
I've changed the () following andre.ramaciotti's suggestion. I've also changed the colors.
The colors and alien are based on Conrad Barski's Lisp logo.

arch-lisp_logo_2.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … logo_2.svg

arch-lisp_logo_4.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … logo_4.svg

Other versions:
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … p_logo.svg (original (λ) that I created)
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … logo_3.svg ((λ) using bitstream vera)

ASM

arch-asm_logo.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … m_logo.svg

PHP

arch-php_logo.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … p_logo.svg

Clojure

arch-clojure_logo.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … e_logo.svg

punt
http://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=73888

with semi-transparency:
arch-punt_logo.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … t_logo.svg

without semi-transparency:
arch-punt_logo_2.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … logo_2.svg

LOLCODE
At Dieter@be's request tongue (this is just a joke)
arch-lolcode_logo.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … e_logo.svg
kthxbai



MySQL

arch-mysql_logo.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … l_logo.svg


PostgreSQL

arch-postgresql_logo.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … l_logo.svg



Programming-related:

Vim

This one took a while because I had to trace the Vim logo by hand first and then I had to manually adjust several paths to get the right outlines. I think the effort was worth it though.

arch-vim_logo.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … m_logo.svg



Emacs

Here's another one that uses semi-transparency (for the "shadows").

arch-emacs_logo.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … s_logo.svg



Git

These use semi-transparency too.

arch-git_logo_2.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … logo_2.svg

arch-git_logo_3.png
svg: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … logo_3.svg


Miscellaneous
http://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php? … 06#p570206

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#2 2009-04-25 23:39:29

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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

Not something I need personally but just thought I'd comment and say well done! Looks clean and professional in my opinion.

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#3 2009-04-25 23:41:31

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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

Thanks, HashBox. At the moment the only use I have for it is to remind me that I need to find the time to learn Haskell. tongue

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#4 2009-04-26 02:55:22

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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

That seems as good a reason as any, I should use it for that same purpose tongue

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#5 2009-04-26 08:04:39

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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

Congrats! A really sharp looking logo
Wouldn't be a bad idea to make a suite, with some C/C++/Perl/Python/Shell logos:D

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#6 2009-04-26 08:49:27

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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

I didn't use Haskell myself (yet), but I gotta say: That's one really slick looking logo! Great job Xyne. smile


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#7 2009-04-26 13:51:07

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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

Wra!th wrote:

Wouldn't be a bad idea to make a suite, with some C/C++/Perl/Python/Shell logos:D

The thought crossed my mind but I'm not sure which logos to use. For example, Python and Java have recognizable and easily vectorizable logos that would work, but what would you use for Perl? The Republic of Perl logo? What about C and C++? Just the characters?

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#8 2009-04-26 14:11:29

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Xyne wrote:
Wra!th wrote:

Wouldn't be a bad idea to make a suite, with some C/C++/Perl/Python/Shell logos:D

The thought crossed my mind but I'm not sure which logos to use. For example, Python and Java have recognizable and easily vectorizable logos that would work, but what would you use for Perl? The Republic of Perl logo? What about C and C++? Just the characters?

http://www.angelzeitoune.com.ar/cpp/images/logo_cpp.jpg
I always loved that logo ^^


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#9 2009-04-26 16:48:14

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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

Wra!th wrote:

It is a nice logo but probably a bitch to vectorize nicely.

Anyway, I've done some logos for Python and Java now.

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#10 2009-04-26 16:52:11

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I'd die for a Ruby one big_smile

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#11 2009-04-26 17:54:56

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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

Some great work Xyne ! smile

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#12 2009-04-26 18:22:54

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Fantastic work!


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#13 2009-04-26 19:43:47

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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

Gigamo wrote:

I'd die for a Ruby one big_smile

You owe me one life. I'll be around to collect it within the next century or so.

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#14 2009-04-26 19:51:45

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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

A bash coder/terminal fanatic would be nice. The rest are awesome. Perfect. Impeccable. Immaculate.

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#15 2009-04-26 19:57:12

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haxit wrote:

A bash coder/terminal fanatic would be nice. The rest are awesome. Perfect. Impeccable. Immaculate.

What logo/icon would I use for that? A dollar sign is the first thing that comes to mind... is there something better?

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#16 2009-04-26 20:56:32

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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

either that or a hashbang

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#17 2009-04-26 20:57:27

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Ghost1227 wrote:

either that or a hashbang

Shabang? #! or >_ or something else....


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#18 2009-04-26 21:11:45

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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

Very nice.. Is there some central place where all these Arch+product-symbol logos are located? I have seen many of them around mostly in user's avatar.. it could be fun to see them all in one place

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#19 2009-04-26 21:33:54

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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

Wra!th wrote:

Congrats! A really sharp looking logo

Ha!


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#20 2009-04-26 21:40:21

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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

Added a provisional shell logo.



daf666 wrote:

Very nice.. Is there some central place where all these Arch+product-symbol logos are located? I have seen many of them around mostly in user's avatar.. it could be fun to see them all in one place

extra/archlinux-artwork contains the WM logos.

I also found community/arch-artwork just now which seems to contain some ancient artwork (last updated May 2007... it's like finding cave paintings tongue )

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#21 2009-04-26 22:40:10

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Those look nice, I really like the second Python and Java designs.

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#22 2009-04-26 22:49:48

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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

Xyne wrote:

Added a provisional shell logo.

Thanks! I just wish the font was crisper/sharper, but its very nice.


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#23 2009-04-26 22:59:59

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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

sharpened... is that what you had in mind?

I'll try other variations if you have any ideas. So far the bash logos don't feel completely right.

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#24 2009-04-27 00:00:02

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Oooh... Requests? smile If so, my vote is for a TCL/TK version, albeit not a very popular choice, heh.
http://www.demailly.com/tcl/about/logos.html
or maybe
http://www.tcl.tk/images/tclp.gif
If not, no biggie, just checking, as I am by no means a graphic artist. Hence why I have no avatar. Generally a text-based guy but it'd be nice to have an avatar for -others- to see. tongue

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#25 2009-04-27 00:46:14

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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

milomouse wrote:

Oooh... Requests? smile If so, my vote is for a TCL/TK version, albeit not a very popular choice, heh.
http://www.demailly.com/tcl/about/logos.html
or maybe
http://www.tcl.tk/images/tclp.gif

I've added a Tcl logo. I used the svg image from Wikipedia because it was the neatest way to do it. I used the colors from the second logo.





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