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TypeScript / official or unofficial logo #78

kytrinyx opened this Issue Aug 5, 2017 · 2 comments


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kytrinyx commented Aug 5, 2017

As described in #24, this weekend we're designing proper icons for each of the language tracks on Exercism.

In order to help speed us through this work, it would be helpful to know whether or not the language has a logo, whether official or unofficial, what that logo is, and what the usage rights of it are.

If you know things, awesome! Drop that knowledge below. If you don't but want to help do research, we will be very grateful.

Here's a template for you to fill out:

### Official Logo

### Unofficial Logo

### Link to Logo

### License, Usage Rights

For each heading, please list what you know or find out. If something is irrelevant due to something listed in an earlier heading, say n/a (not applicable).

We did some research a while back, and might have some useful information at the bottom of the (Look for "TypeScript icon")

You can see whatever icon we've put together for the track in the img directory of the track. Sometimes this is based on something official, sometimes it's just desperation made tangible. (You'll see why we're working with real designers.)


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m-a-ge commented Aug 6, 2017

Official Logo

Official language repo has logo included (Apache-2.0)

Unofficial Logo

A community logo for TypeScript from (MIT):

Link to Logo

Official repo: (vector)

librariesio/pictogram (MIT license):

Community logos:

License, Usage Rights

Apache-2.0 and MIT versions are available (see above)

Q: Is using official logo?
A: Nope,


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kytrinyx commented Aug 6, 2017

👍 Thanks!

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