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Very nice design, indeed. A few nitpicks... the white cutout on the blue
section is not ligned up with the logo and the contour of the border of
the blue text, breaking the effect a bit.
And, the code fragment is a bit indistinct, with "rawsets" and
"pushintegers"... Of course, that could be the kind of code embedded
programmers like :)


On Sat, 2009-02-07 at 17:32 +0100, Timm S. Mueller wrote:
> On Wed, 28 Jan 2009 20:05:57 -0200
> Luiz Henrique de Figueiredo <> wrote:
> > > Would there be any objections against doing so, and is there any
> > > recommendable material for cases like this?
> > 
> > No objections. See
> > for specific
> > reasons why Lua is a good choice also for constrained devices like cell phones.
> Ok. My goal was to create a poster in A1 format (594 x 841mm), summing
> up "Why should I use Lua" on an embedded systems fair as precisely and
> in as few words as possible. This is not my profession and I am not
> exactly good at this, but I tried to produce a half-decent document. I
> invite everybody to comment on it and to help me improve it. I have put
> it under a Creative Commons license (see metadata), so that it can be
> reused and modified by everyone.
> PDF-Version: 
> SVG-Version (Inkscape):
> Regarding the logo, I see a slight copyright ambiguity here. Somebody
> named Soursquirrel re-constructed the logo and placed it on Wikimedia
> Commons. This is the logo I was using:
> At any rate, your suggestions and corrections are welcome.
> - Timm