RE: Re[4]: [wxperl-users] [OT, or maybe not?] wxPerl T-Shirt? #3

OK, so combining Jouke's idea with mine, I come up with:

The ASCII art camel at the top should be created by carefully laying out =
obfuscated Wx Perl code that, when run, creates an outline of a =
graphical camel in a window.  The below graphics are the camel as it =
displays on the various OS flavors . . .

--Toby Ovod-Everett

		-----Original Message-----
		From:	Ovod-Everett, Toby=20
		Sent:	Tuesday, July 29, 2003 8:41 AM
		To:	wxperl-users@lists.sourceforge.net
		Subject:	RE: Re[4]: [wxperl-users] [OT, or maybe not?] wxPerl T-Shirt?

		Extending this idea, we could have the ASCII art camel on a "green =
screen".  Then the graphical camel would be shown in three separate =
windows below, one in each of the OS flavors (GTK, Win32, Mac OS X).

		--Toby Ovod-Everett

				-----Original Message-----
				From:	Ovod-Everett, Toby=20
				Sent:	Monday, July 28, 2003 10:45 AM
				To:	wxperl-users@lists.sourceforge.net
				Subject:	RE: Re[4]: [wxperl-users] [OT, or maybe not?] wxPerl =
T-Shirt?

				What about an ASCII art camel on top (assuming O'Reilly gives a =
thumbs up).

				Then a "use Wx;"

				Then a very nice graphical camel below.

				Then "It's _almost_ that easy!" (or something like that).

				--Toby Ovod-Everett


						-----Original Message-----
						From:	Marcus [mailto:lists@wordit.com]
						Sent:	Sunday, July 27, 2003 3:53 PM
						To:	wxperl-users@lists.sourceforge.net
						Subject:	Re[4]: [wxperl-users] [OT, or maybe not?] wxPerl T-Shirt?

						Sunday, July 27, 2003, 9:18:13 PM, you wrote:
						DH> checkout
						DH>   http://www.cafeshops.com/wxwindows
						DH>   http://www.cafeshops.com/wxwindows.6152282

						Quite a good all-wx design, something for folks to maybe
						wear at conventions. We ought to have a true perl-spirit one
						for wxPerlers though, don't you think?

						Could you put the design up later for download, because I
						for one might want a coloured shirt and to get it made in
						Europe due to cafepress' long delivery times.

						A printed white shirt would also cost a little less than at
						cafepress, afaik.

						DH> I say we do something like that,
						DH> except we say "develop for WINDOWS * LINUX * MAC? rapidly, =
give it a spin"
						DH> with rapidly being emphasized ;)

						How about "wxPerl, it's RAD" :-)

						Has nobody used that slogan yet?
						Better GPL the slogan before "you-know-who" turn it into
						"How fast do you want to RAD today".

						DH> http://crazyinsomniac.perlmonk.org/images/podmaster.wxPerl.jpg
						DH> =
http://crazyinsomniac.perlmonk.org/images/podmaster.wxPerl2.jpg

						Neat. One problem. May need permission to use a camel in
						conjunction with Perl. That "belongs" to O'Reilly.
						Any camel in association with the Perl language.

						I'm fairly sure they would be okay with it though.

						Marcus



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