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#126 2010-01-09 16:09:53

zowki
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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

Why am I getting 404 errors for all the images?


How's my programming? Call 1-800-DEV-NULL

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#127 2010-01-09 16:27:04

Chokkan
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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos


< Daenyth> tomkx: my girlfriend is linux
< Daenyth> srsly
< Daenyth> she loves the way I «make install»
< Daenyth> all her /dev entries are mode 7 for me

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#128 2010-01-09 18:46:44

samuele.mattiuzzo
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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

Ghost1227 wrote:
samuele.mattiuzzo wrote:

also, i'm looking for the initial configuration of the game of life from conway, that should do a great logo big_smile

I already kinda did that one... here

cool, the glider big_smile i couldn't figure out the name, me so sick.. neutral anyway i love it, it will be my logo big_smile

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#129 2010-01-09 19:24:34

Xyne
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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

zowki wrote:

Why am I getting 404 errors for all the images?

I'm getting that here too. I thought it might have been a bug in RequestPolicy in Firefox but it persists even when I disable the add-on.

I'll add the link to the showcase page on my site to the first post.

Thanks for posting that, Chokkan.


*edit*
Apparently I had already added that link. tongue

Last edited by Xyne (2010-01-09 19:26:27)

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#130 2010-01-14 09:54:50

cojack
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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

So great! Thanks you very much!

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#131 2010-01-15 21:53:50

n0dix
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Registered: 2009-09-22
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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

Great post man. 1! big_smile

Some images have problems.

Last edited by n0dix (2010-01-15 21:54:52)

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#132 2010-12-25 20:19:33

galymzhan
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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

I get 404 errors from all links. help.

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#133 2010-12-25 22:35:06

SiD
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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

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#134 2010-12-26 01:22:09

Xyne
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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

fixed

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#135 2011-10-17 17:35:22

pyarch
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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

awesome !!! can I use the Arch python one?

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#136 2011-10-17 17:46:51

Parmazae
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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

Very nice wink.  Thanks.


Thanks,
Parmazae

archlinux x86_64

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#137 2012-04-06 02:54:50

msx
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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

Wra!th wrote:

Fantastic work!

+1


Enjoying i3wm w/ lifebar + j4-dmenu-desktop + tab_windows / fish shell / Emacs / tmux / Konsole / KDE apps
Arch + Linux-libre kernel: ParabolaGNULinux.org

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#138 2012-04-06 03:02:14

wolfcore
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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

They all look spectacular, especially the clojure one! smile

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#139 2012-04-14 03:39:44

atm
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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

We will go on a hunger strike if you do not give us a short tutorial on how you did this.

Good work! smile

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#140 2012-04-16 21:32:10

Xyne
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Re: Arch Linux Programming Language Logos

@atm
I created all of them in Inkscape. Most of them were created by cutting out a language logo from the Arch LInux logo using the boolean operations under the "Path" menu (usually "difference"). I had to clean up some logos (e.g. Ruby) manually because the existing SVG images were badly made*. For others I had to create my own SVG images from bitmap images. For example, to create the Vim logo, I manually traced a bitmap version of it in Inkscape to generate an SVG version.

Here is the modified version of the Arch Linux logo that I used as a base: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/img/arch_linux … h-base.svg


* By "badly made", I mean that the SVG image contains unnecessary overlapping shapes, misaligned points, etc. This make it impossible to get the desired results using boolean operations.

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