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From Mark Struberg <>
Subject Re: Website status - url to picture
Date Tue, 13 Mar 2012 12:54:19 GMT
What about stuffing this picture inbetween the B and the al? ;)

B(Vpic)al kind of? Know what I mean?


----- Original Message -----
> From: Roman Stumm <>
> To:
> Cc: 
> Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2012 8:56 AM
> Subject: Re: Website status - url to picture
> Hi all,
> seems that attachments are not forwared to the mailing list. Here is a link to 
> the picture to illustrate my suggestion to create a logo:
> Roman
> Am 13.03.12 08:46, schrieb Roman Stumm:
>>  Hi Matt,
>>  thanks for the new website.
>>  Agimatec GmbH does not exist anymore for more than a year. Could you change 
> the company under "" for Roman Stumm 
> to Viaboxx GmbH instead?
>>  About the logo. I think there is no way to modify the former logo, so that 
> it doesn't look like ***. Instead, how about green (=validated) beans as the 
> logo or as part of the logo? I am not a graphics designer, so attached is just a 
> picture to illustrate my basic idea to create logo. Maybe someone get 
> inspiration from it... (The V could also be part of the word BVal ...)
>>  Roman
>>  Am 12.03.12 22:49, schrieb Matt Benson:
>>>  Hi all,
>>>     The website is up at, on svnpubsub and the
>>>  Apache CMS (natural successor to Confluence-built sites).  The site is
>>>  mostly verbatim from the previous Confluence site, and there is still
>>>  some outstanding housekeeping to do from our old Confluence space to
>>>  our new (since most of the old space was just dedicated to running the
>>>  website, it's an open question precisely what we want to live in
>>>  Confluence, particularly as editing CMS content is of a similar level
>>>  of complexity/involvement to working in Confluence.
>>>  An outstanding issue, should anyone feel up to tackling it, is making
>>>  the cross-domain REST call to to get our blog entries
>>>  onto the BVal index page.  The code is present but my limited JS-fu
>>>  has not yet found a palatable way to make the call.  Confluence's 
>>>  API doesn't seem to handle json-p, and while js guru Werner Punz 
> has
>>>  suggested using an iframe I've been too lazy/stubborn yet to 
> attempt
>>>  it.
>>>  Finally, can we *please* come to some sort of agreement on a direction
>>>  for a new logo?  ;)
>>>  Matt

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