Since this question has not been closed or deleted, I'll offer an answer.
While visibility of the problem is (kinda) important, if you really want to support persons who have been treated poorly by owners of a particular network, remember that old saying that "money talks". Visit the donor page(s) of persons who have been treated poorly and open your ...
An obvious requisite step for all reasonable parties to gain understanding about this kerfuffle is to hear Monica’s side of the story. This podcast interview ala Tyler’s Tech, in which Monica is given full reign to explain what happened, is excellent.
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In my opinion, this is what the process should entail:
The community raises an issue and makes a big stink about it
The mods acknowledge the issue and post something on meta inviting potential solutions to be posted as answers
The mods discuss these solutions after letting the issue fester for a week and either:
Pick the one they like the best
Pick a few ...
Just so this post won't be bumped by Stack Exchange for the third and miserable time. I'll post an answer and accept it.
We can't fix it if we don't know what y'all would consider an improvement. We could redesign it a dozen times and you still wouldn't be happy... but if y'all think of something you like, we can make a design that uses what you like and ...
The goal of Stack Exchange is to build repositories of on-topic questions and expert answers. It's not particularly fussed about whether answers are accepted.
From the ELU tour:
"With your help, we're working together to build a library of detailed answers to every question about English language and usage."
"Accepting doesn't mean it's the best answer, it ...
I took a look through the timeline. I believe what happened was that there was a suggested anonymous edit that was improved by a 2K+ user, so both the improvements and the suggestion were marked as accepted.
There is now a Literature SE site, that as of the writing of this answer has been in public beta for 304 days.
According to the Help Center, the scope of the site is not entirely fixed, "but questions have been successfully asked about written stories, comic books, plays, and poetry."
Foundation: When you already have an identifiable 'image' identity, you want to either completely scrap it, or work off of the main familiar iconic elements. The main question/responses here are focused on "Have we done that?". My response is - no.
This banner was pieced together, not designed. Design (at it's simplest base) is about function and ease of ...