Emoji Go Open Source

Cass Polzin
Cass Polzin11 Aug, 2022
open source emoji

We’re big emoji fans over here at the PL;DR! Microsoft announced this week that they’ve refreshed and shared their emoji library on Github and Figma. 

The only drawback? Due to trademarks, Clippy isn’t included. ☹️

While it’s awesome to explore the plethora of emoji graphics and their variations, we’re excited for the projects that will likely spring up from this asset. We can only hope to see new @EmojiMashupBot content in the future!


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