Last modified: 2010-09-03 by antónio martins
Keywords: lojban | arrow cross | rings: 2 | venn diagram | cartesian coordinate plane |
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loj.gif(light blue background), at the official site in a folder with several language flags (reported 04 Jun 1999)
venn_emboss.gif(monochrome), at the official site (reported 10 Sep 2004)
Lojban_flag_public_domain.svg(transparent background), at the Wikimedia Commons since 15 Dec 2006 (reported 2010)
k4jts1.png(transparent background), displayed at the official website main page (reported 2010)
Lojban (first known as Loglan) was created in 1955 in
University circles not to became “real” language,
but to test the Whorf-Shapir hypothesis. It’s another experiment that
turn out just too good as today exists an unexpected large number of speakers
(about 100 plus over a thousand “enthusiasts”).
António Martins, 04 Jun 1999 and 10 Sep 2004
The Lojban flag is online
at the official website. It depicts two dark blue interlocked rings on
light blue background with a red arrow cross superimposed on them. It is a Venn
diagram (set intersection) and a cartesian referential.
António Martins, 10 Sep 2004
In an online
lojbanist discussion forum, we learn that this logo/flag is not
consensual nor widely used.
António Martins, 10 Sep 2004 and 07 Nov 2005
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