A couple of weeks ago, W3C has released a few logos for the Semantic Web.
As usual, in the open Web, the information went out a bit quickly. The usage policy on the logos is too restrictive for the Semantic Web community. They expressed it in a really entertaining way. The policy says:
The logo may not be used to disparage W3C, its Member organizations, services, or products.
Hey, that leaves a lot of room for parody! Semantic Web hackers prove once again that they have a lot of humor.
- Shelley Powers created a tasty one with the Semantic Web logo running after the microformats logo.
- Danny Ayers played with a shy blue man. It made me think about the roman empire troops tactic: testudo. He made another version with his kitty. The cat is out of the box.
- Laurian Gridinoc made a headache version of the famous cubic game. I wondered if someone tried to create to solve the cube with owl rules.
- Joe Gregorio goes underwater and dive into the mysteries of la
Update 23 October 2007: The new policy for Semantic Web logos has been proposed to the semanticweb mailing-list. Do you have a comment? Answer on the thread or here in the comments.