Jan van Steenbergen wrote: > But well, I won't let go of this subject without having submitted a > few proposals myself. There are six of them. What they all have in > common are the colours and the star. In the next update, I'll at least add the version with the Tower. The others I will add if they are seconded by anyone. You seem to be pretty much alone in believing that it's appropriate to have words on a flag, and the problem with the plain star is that it's equally applicable to *any* endeavour involving brilliant creativity, as it has no language-specific content. B. Garcia wrote: > I'm beginning to think that there won't be a group consensus on any of > the designs. Some think some of the flags are too "cartoonish", some > hate the colors, some don't like the symbolism, and others think the > flags look too "national". I'm pretty sure that some will refuse to > accept that as the "conlang flag" (and no, i am *not* saying this out > of spite or bitterness, it's just from what i've been observing) I believe that the voting method suggested by Paul is appropriate, and if used, will result in a flag that we can agree on. For my part, I promise that if that method is used, then I *will* accept the result. I just hope we can agree on the fine details of how to conduct the vote. When should voting begin? (not before at least a couple of days have passed with no new suggestions) How many days should voting continue? (I suggest a week) Who will count the vote, and declare it open and closed? Adrian.