shidarin wrote:D's readability is seriously lacking. B's is okay, but nothing beats the simplicity of C. People who think those are the only 4 options for the stamp aren't thinking outside the box- the pie chart style easily allows one stage to go before another- and you can figure out where a map is at a GLANCE rather than looking at 2-3 or 4 stamps in a row. 1 stamp shows all the progress- after it's been around for a little bit you won't even need to read the text anymore.
natty_dread wrote:Do ponies have sex?
(proud member of the Occasionally Wrongly Banned)Army of GOD wrote:the term heterosexual is offensive. I prefer to be called "normal"
aurora borealis wrote:MrBenn: Can one suggest you cast yet another voting/competition after this...?
MrBenn wrote:aurora borealis wrote:MrBenn: Can one suggest you cast yet another voting/competition after this...?
There won;t be another round of voting this time, but I'm sure the stamps will be refreshed again in a couple of months or so
sailorseal wrote:tlane wrote:meant 300, which i think is a strech, but possible
So what your saying is you want 1/1,000 of the overall population to vote, I doubt it
AndyDufresne wrote:Now, if only we could get those 200 some people that voted in this topic---to participate in the Foundry Process at-large.
reggie_mac wrote:Well, im not a big fan.. but hopefully which ever is chosen will get some polish before its put into place.
But i voted D. A and B are a bit to busy and C is a little too simple (nice concept tho)
If B does get chosen to, can the circuit board be removed from the XML and replaced with a snippet (what does a circuit board have to do with xml anyways??)
VOTE for D
qwert wrote:... you can remove option A if you want Mrbeen.
MrBenn wrote:The winner will be announced in due course. It will be up to the other entrants to announce themselves as they see fit
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