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SubjectRe: Linux Logo (Penguin)
On Sun, 19 May 1996, Petri Kaukasoina wrote:

> On Sun, 19 May 1996, Hans-Georg von Zezschwitz wrote:
> > And final: Linus, I don't know how cold Finland really is, but in
> > my imaginations it *is* bloody cold. Though so many people contributed
> > to Linux - it is still mostly associted with your name, and a polar
> > animal might be good representation for a product from Finland.
>
> The coldest month in Helsinki is February with an average temperature
> of -6.0 degrees Centigrade and the warmest month is July with an average
> temperature of 17.4 C. As a comparison the coldest month in Berlin
> is January with -1 C and the warmest July with 18 C.
>
> And no, there are no penguins living in Finland.
>
>
Hmm, your at the wrong pole for penguins, maybe a polar bear ....
Bryn
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