Should the color of the GitHub languages stripe change to blue (according to the C++ logo)?

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    I see, that a lot of languages follow the pattern, that their stripe color is similar to what their logo or mascot have in their color palette (JavaScript, Rust, Go, etc.). So, I decided to propose a change, so that the color of the stripe becomes the blue of the official C++ logo. However, to make this change, it is required to provide a community opinion on it (See the PR here).

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