Create black/white logo and add it to forkawesome
No, this version is specifically for the technical restriction of not having colors/gradients of any kind – it can be applied just like a chatracter in a font (fork awesome actually being a font).
Favicons can easily make use of colors and gradients.
I'm hesitant because I'm aware how quickly people will just grab the zip, browse through it and just go with what they think looks cool. No matter how hard we try to make clear that this is a very special purpose version of the Codeberg symbol.
What do you think?
I think we should still publish it in this centralized repo. If someone really wanted to use this logo they would just grab it from here or Fork Awesome once we publish it there anyway.
Forkawesome still does not ship it. Maybe we need to get in touch again or clarify whatever the issue is!?
Looks like it was merged, but due to bad timing it isn' released yet. Should finally be available with the next release. Closing again.
Iconify found some issues with Fork Awesome. Not sure what other routes there are to get another Codeberg icon into Iconify that meets design specs. Here's the one collection the icon exist in currently: https://icones.js.org/collection/simple-icons?s=codeberg. Perhaps they'd be willing to accept an update to the icon but I haven't checked.
They should not have an incentive to keep using a wrong logo when we offer to provide the original. Maybe just ask to update Codeberg.org in their set with the original I posted? I can understand why they would not want to bulk import a ton of new icons.
It is up to every icon project to maintain their own standards. But it is also up to us to help rectifing bad adaptions when possible.
Looks like cyberalien on github is not aware that forkawesome provides a font. The source SVG files are all cropped badly in the browser, but work just fine in the font.
The "bad quality" of "the iconset" he sees is a plain mistake. Maybe somebody can kindly point that out to him :) - he is missing out on a great resource there I think...
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