William Leibzon wrote:
Since patents are evil we should not be using GIF.
Reality check #1:
http://www.google.com: the main Google logo: logo.gif
http://www.cnn.com: the CNN logo the upper left: logo.gif
http://www.riaa.com: the gray circular logo on the right: logo2.gif
http://www.whitehouse.com: what happened there? Not the content
I expected. Yes, _that_ kind of content.
Anyway the upper left logo is logo2.gif
http://www.apache.org the feather upper left: asf_logo_wide.gif
http://www.cisco.com the Cisco logo upper left: logo.gif
http://spf.pobox.com: the SPF logo upper left: logo-tiny.gif
http://www.linux.org: the penguin in the upper left: linuxorg.gif
William, get a life. Recommending using .PNG with the rendering problem
it has is outright wrong: the only thing it achieves is to make you
appear as an utopist dreamer fighting battles that have been lost long.
Among the top things in promoting SPF is that graphics strongly
associated with "brand identity" displaying nice are at the top of the
In a perfect world, there would be no terrorism, no tsunamis, no
Microsoft, no death, and no taxes.
Reality check #2: we don't live in a perfect world. Is your goal on this
mailing list to promote SPF? If yes kiss my .GIF ass because that's the
one that works.
Note: William is a person I have met personally and like a lot even
though we sometimes don't think alike, and a fellow co-author of: