Thursday, September 16, 2010

News from the language committee

Following the example of the science committee, we now have a logo as well. It consist of the outline of the Rosetta stone and some characters that can be found on the Wikipedia globe.

The best news is that after some internal discussions we have found a way to be more open about our deliberations. The big change is that the reason for our confidentiality has been largely taken away.

Our future mail exchanges will be published in the same way because when needed it will be possible to flag portions as confidential. This will be used sparingly and it will be to protect privacy when needed.

1 comment:

Michael Everson said...

The logo reads Ꮻ উ ᐅ wi-u-o.