[Haskell-cafe] Logos of Other Languages

Daniel van den Eijkel dvde at gmx.net
Sun Dec 21 13:58:23 EST 2008

what about such a variation? something between an ouroborob, a lambda 
and a mermaid...

By the way: I mixed up something: My note, that the orouboros was used 
as a logo for Heinz von Försters second order cybernetics, was not 
correct. The correct note should have been: Heinz von Förster, the later 
founder of the second order cybernetics, invented the ouroboros as a 
logo for the american society for cybernetics.


> Paulo Tanimoto wrote:
>> Another idea: something in the form of an Ouroboros.  Is that already
>> "taken" for a programming language?
>> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ouroboros
> Something like this?
> http://www.haskell.org/sitewiki/images/f/fd/Ouroborous-oval.png
> Paul
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