Switch to shields.io for the README badges. #3255

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XhmikosR commented Jan 4, 2015

This way we have consistent badges.

Note that I didn't use the flat badges, which personally, I prefer, since shields.io doesn't support hakiri (yet).

Switch to shields.io for the README badges.
This way we have consistent badges.

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Are these faster/smaller?

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parkr commented Jan 5, 2015

Are these faster/smaller?

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There should be no difference in size. At the moment they are consistent at least, plus we can use flat style etc.

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XhmikosR commented Jan 5, 2015

There should be no difference in size. At the moment they are consistent at least, plus we can use flat style etc.

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