[Standards] CS-2019 Badges - Who Cares?!

Klaus Herberth klaus at jsxc.org
Tue Jul 23 10:32:43 UTC 2019


> B, but I'd prefer that it looks similar to the shields.io badges. 
Dito



On 23.07.19 12:25, JC Brand wrote:
> B, but I'd prefer that it looks similar to the shields.io badges.
>
> Am 22. Juli 2019 17:38:00 MESZ schrieb Tedd Sterr
> <teddsterr at outlook.com>:
>
>     There appears to be a lack of interest, which is fair enough, but
>     just to check opinion…
>
>     Reply with a choice from one of the below; or don't - I'm not your
>     boss.
>
>     A. I'm not interested, leave me alone.
>     B. I'd probably use a badge if there were an official one, but I
>     don't really care which.
>     C. I'd use a badge if it were beautiful and aesthetically
>     pleasing, but the current choices are atrocious.
>     D. So, long story, but I actually was going to get to that, I
>     just… work… busy… stuff… you know how it is.
>     E. What do you mean nobody is replying? I've already voted 6
>     times! This is important!
>     F. Is mayonnaise an instrument?
>
>
> -- 
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>
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