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    A logo (abbreviation of logotype; [1] from Ancient Greek λόγος (lógos) 'word, speech', and τύπος (túpos) 'mark, imprint') is a graphic mark, emblem, or symbol used to aid and promote public identification and recognition. It may be of an abstract or figurative design or include the text of the name it represents as in a wordmark .

  2. The logo of the free online encyclopedia Wikipedia is an unfinished globe constructed from jigsaw pieces—some pieces are missing at the top—each inscribed with a glyph from a different writing system.

  3. Logo se puede referir a: Logo, lenguaje de programación. Logo, canal estadounidense de televisión. Logo, localidad del estado de Benue (Nigeria). Logo, álbum de Kevin Johansen, de 2007. El logotipo, de modo abreviado. El logo; de forma genérica, toda representación gráfica de una marca comercial. Enlaces externos

    • The First Official Logo
    • The Second Logo
    • The Third Logo
    • Anniversary Logos
    • 3D Versions
    • See Also
    • External Links

    Wikipedia's first true logo was an image that was originally submitted by Bjørn Smestad for a Nupedia logo competition which took place in 2000. Jimmy Wales (Jimbo) thought it would be a much better logo than the flag,[citation needed]and it remained for the next eight months, until the end of 2001. It continued to be used after this time on Specia...

    In November 2001, Wikipedians began suggesting new logos. A short list of 24 leading candidates was chosen in the first Wikipedia logo contest, which took place from November to December 2001. The winner was the last logo (#24), contributed by The Cunctator. The logo included the following quote, taken from Thomas Hobbes's 1651 book Leviathan, Part...

    The international contest

    Following a suggestion by Erik Möller, an International logo contest was conducted to find a new logo that was suitable for all languages. After a two-stage vote, a design by Paul Stansifer (at the time known as Paullusmagnus) won with considerable support. The English Wikipedia switched to it on September 26, 2003. Stansifer's logo depicted a globe constructed of puzzle pieces, of multiple colors. Covered by text with links, the logo was to symbolize the continuous construction and developme...

    The variants

    A ratification vote was held soon after, to confirm community consensus. As a result, twelve direct adaptationsof the design were created by members of the community. One of David Friedland's (Nohat) modifications, occasionally referred to as the "silver ball", was soon chosen. The revision of Stansifer's concept removed the color and changed the overlaid text into one letter or symbol per puzzle piece. Both Friedland and Stansifer have assigned copyrights to the logo to the Wikimedia Foundat...

    The finalized logo

    There was some controversy over switching the English Wikipedia to this logo for several reasons, one of which was the fact Wikipedia's servers were flickering throughout most of the process. Before being released to all Wikipedias, the logo was lightened up slightly. After the John Seigenthaler, Sr. Wikipedia biography controversy, a column in The Times insinuated the logo as being a metaphor for the entire project. Rosemary Righterwrote "Just above the omega, at the point where, on human he...

    10th anniversary logo

    On January 15, 2011, a special logo replaced the standard globe in order to mark the tenth anniversary of Wikipedia's founding. The logo depicts a single jigsaw piece, representing the addition of another piece to the puzzle.

    20th anniversary logo

    On January 14, 2021, a 4-sectioned logo was used instead of the puzzle globe, in order to mark the 20th anniversary of Wikipedia. The 4 sections, depict, in clockwise order, starting from the top-left: Yellow background, a woman reading a book with the "W" on it, signifying Wikipedia.Blue background, a computer showing a blue screen with a "W" on it, signifying Wikipedia.Red background, a phone showing a blue screen with a "W" on it, signifying Wikipedia.Finally, on green background, the norm...

    20th anniversary second logo

    On January 22, 2021, the previous 20th anniversary logo was replaced with a less striking version, consisting of the normative Wikipedia globe above the text "20 years of Wikipedia - Over One Billion Edits".

    The first two versions of the logo were made to resemble a globe by the use of the fish-eye effect. The third version (puzzle ball logo) was made in POV-Ray, a ray tracing program which generates 2D images from a 3D scene description. The original 3D scene consisted of a sphere on which a puzzle image was projected, as described here. Nohat's versi...

    Some Errors Defy Fixes: A Typo in Wikipedia’s Logo Fractures the Sanskrit — June 25, 2007. The New York Times.

  4. The logo of Wikipedia, which is a free, open-source online encyclopedia, that's accessible in many languages, is a picture that shows the following description: A cut globe made from Jigsaw puzzle pieces with some missing at the top, and has glyphs from many different writing systems.

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