For what it's worth and as if this were a vote conducted on this mailing
list, I don't like the idea of adding the copyleft sign. Whatever the moral
or philosophical grounding, it's still a logo, with nowhere near as much
existing practice or existence in legacy character sets as the copyright and
trademark glyphs have. What next? The AT&T Deathstar? The IBM logotype?
The McDonalds Arch? The AOL Pyramid? The Mickey Mouse Ears? Let's not
start on this path, please.
-- Jarkko Hietaniemi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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