Can somebody explain how this came about? Thanks.
I always assumed that it was (more or less) a rearranged version of the bind operator,
I think that if you stare long enough at the PS logo you can start to see a nearly straight path to the programming heaven:
On the other hand if you rotate your screen or the head around then you can clearly see the future - “PureScript all the way down”:
I hope that you don’t mind my stupid jokes
It’s based on the
<= for instance constraints and class implications, similar to the way the haskell logo is based on
>>=. It doesn’t really “mean” anything though, it’s just an aesthetically pleasing glyph.
Stupid jokes? More like the real answer to this question
A real public transportation vibe https://fsharpforfunandprofit.com/rop/
If you look at the negative space in the logo (the white part) you will see a right arrow above a left wards pointing arrow somewhat like this.
Ah, a secret message! Reminds me of http://www.ecollegetimes.com/5-famous-backwards-messages-on-records Now I stopped being convinced that this topic is actually [Solved]
musiclogo is reversible. Time is not. Turn back, turn back.”
Opening and closing tags in the logo look like a reference to HTML and the web.