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Re: Logo baseline

From: Thomas Morley
Subject: Re: Logo baseline
Date: Sat, 18 Jan 2020 23:57:44 +0100

Am Sa., 18. Jan. 2020 um 15:14 Uhr schrieb Ludovic Courtès <address@hidden>:
> Hello Guilers!
> The Guile logo has this “GNU extension language” baseline.  As Guile 3
> came out, this baseline felt odd to me, not quite corresponding to the
> way I see Guile.
> Clearly, Guile is still an extension language, with many great
> applications (Gnucash, Lepton-EDA, OpenCog, GDB, etc.), and I’m sure
> libguile is here to stay.

Well, you forgot LilyPond

> Yet, to me, “extension language” does not
> accurately capture what Guile today allows for and what people have been
> doing with it; since 2.0, it’s more than an extension language, even
> more so with the performance afforded by Guile 3.
> Thus, I’d propose changing the baseline.  Something that would describe
> what Guile is to me is:
>   GNU, fast, fun, functional
> What’s about you?  What’s Guile to you?  :-)
> Ludo’.

Well, for me, Guile's _the_ extension language for my LilyPond.

It may be more, it may have become more.
And yes, I used Guile for some other stuff as well.
Nevertheless, it remains the language to extend LilyPond.

It feels very strange dropping said phrase.


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