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And, now introducing the legally unencumbered, fud-free, Perl
Coat of Arms (if you feel like using this graphic, you can):
favicon.ico, based on: G-coat_of_arms-32x32.png (gray background)
An SCA-nerd (there's always one around, isn't there?) argues that
this version complies better with the rules of medieval heraldry:
Everything on this page was created by me, using images of my own, the one exception being the map of San Francisco, which was photographed from a public domain USGS survey map.
The details are not set yet, but my intention is to "license" all this in the least restrictive way possible. Something like "you can do whatever you want with this, but if you do something I don't like I reserve the right to call you nasty names."
In particular, I offer up the "coat of arms" logo as a general symbol for perl, which is completely unencumbered by any trademark claims (unlike the camel and onion logos).
Attribution is requested (but not required):
"Perl Coat of Arms created by J.M. Brenner for sf.pm.org"
If you'd like to work on your own variations, here are some of my gimp source files (*.xcf)