I recently got lost in the topic of zsh theming which lead me down an enormous rabbit hole.
Ultimately, I stumbled upon font-logos (formerly known as font-linux) and would like to see a Qubes logo added there.
To achieve this, we would require a black and white SVG version of the logo. I know about the style guide and am aware that it offers a “logo-outline-small” which is just the outline of the well-known Q.
However, I feel this might be too leightweight to be used as a font icon. When looking at the other icons, I feel they are much more “present”. The original blue-colored Q just looks so much nicer.
Is there a (semi) official take on a black and white version of the logo? Maybe someone with design skills could come up with something?
What would we get if the Q would be inserted into font-logos you might ask?
First, this font can be used like font-awesome, on webpages and similar documents using CSS.
Second (here goes my theming rabbit hole), there is the nerd fonts project which aggregates a lot of icons from different fonts and patches some well-known and often used monospace fonts to include them. If font-logos would include the Qubes logo, so would nerd-fonts (sooner or later) which would open the door for all kinds of nice shell theming.
For example, the very powerful zsh theme powerlevel10k by default includes an OS icon in its prompt. I suppose this could look very nice if used in Qubes. I imagine differently colored shell prompts reflecting the different colors of the VMs for example. Enough stuff for a whole thread on its own ;).