Time to change "Cn" to 漢?
The story so far...
In Chinese Language temporary logo, droooze suggested we talk about replacing "Cn" with something more appropriate. People gave suggestions.
I gathered the suggestions from that post (the ones I considered feasible), and created a "voting booth" here Chinese Language temporary logo --- can we vote? The current results are:
- 漢 --
- 永 -- 2 votes (adding my upvote; I can't vote on my own post)
- 汉 -- 1 vote
- 夏 -- 0 votes
Nobody downvoted any of these, which I feel indicates: we could choose any of these and it would be better than the current "Cn". This is also my opinion.
- 漢 --
So, let's do it...
Question: Let's change the temporary logo from "Cn" to 漢?
If someone feels like we need more time to vote (or something else I haven't foreseen), please say so and we can "pause" this thread. It's been over a month now, and I find it hard to believe that people are going to come along and knock 漢 from the top. And even if that did happen, I don't see them objecting to using 漢. (It was also suggested 7-8 years ago.)
Note: Chinese (traditional), not Japanese
Importantly, 漢 (漢, 漢) may not display the same on your screen vs. my screen.
For maximum compatibility, we might consider using U+FA47 CJK COMPATIBILITY IDEOGRAPH-FA47 漢 instead of the standard U+6F22 CJK UNIFIED IDEOGRAPH-6F22 漢. Otherwise, the top right component of the character will appear incorrectly as 艹 instead of 廿, if the user displays the character with a Japanese font. – droooze Oct 27 at 13:47
I believe the icons/logos are images, and not actual unicode characters (see: meta.SE). So, here's some mock ups of what it should look like: