Re: [76attendees] question about IETF76 logo

Hideki Sunahara <suna@wide.ad.jp> Mon, 30 November 2009 05:26 UTC

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This logo is a dedicated design for IETF76 by Prof. Hisao Oikawa of
Hiroshima City University.
He was attended social program and Jun introduce him in host plenary on
Wednesday.

>From his word, he saw TV program which shows that it becomes popular as
hobby of breeding carps in Los Angeles.
Carp can represent culture of Japan. Of course, carp is name of pro
baseball team in Hiroshima. So, he decided to use carp
as IETF76 Logo.

This is story of Logo.
>> According to the concierge at the ANA and a shopkeeper, The Koi, or  
>> the Carp, is known for its ability to overcome adversity--  
>> apparently ,in the wild, it swims upriver to spawn. Therefore, when  
>> the city was looking for a logo for the baseball team and a logo for  
>> the city, the Koi/Carp was chosen.
>>     
>
> OK, thanks for the information! Looks like the word "carp" is
> used, but not the specific IETF76 picture. At least I cannot find it.
>
> This seems to be the baseball team logo:
> http://www.sportslogos.net/logo.php?id=mqqkevfxtg6ry1mikrgv
>
> And this the city's:
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Flag_of_Hiroshima_City.svg
>   

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