Coming soon to Fedora Badges!
Today I would like to share a fun badge series that I created. These badges are awarded to account holders in the Fedora Account System after 1, 2, 3, 5, 7 and 10 years. The artwork for theses badges was inspired by the life cycle of a frog 🙂 Enjoy!
(Awarded 2117 times)
(Awarded 1716 times)
(Awarded 1402 times)
(Awarded 824 times)
(Awarded 269 times)
(The Adult Frog badge has not yet been awarded!)
This badge coming soon to Fedora Badges!!
It will be awarded to anyone with commits in one of the following repos:
Special thanks to Cayci who helped with the art!
This week has been a blast! I have gotten approval on the artwork for seventeen badges this week… yes, seventeen!! With a whole lot of support from the Fedora design team I have found a pretty sweet work flow for this project. This week I spent the first two and a half days picking up tickets and creating first drafts of the designs. Then as I got feedback from my various mentors and friends I edited each badge, or series of badges. I am proud to say that I have worked my butt off this week and it has been SO much fun.
Look forward to seeing more designs soon! 😀
Hello! I am an artist and my handle is riecatnor. You can find me in #fedora-design.
Currently I am a Fedora intern through the Outreach Program for Women and I am working on designing more, more, AND more badges for the Fedora Badges Project. As I click through ticket after ticket on the badge tracker I am painfully aware of my lack of knowledge of some of these technologies (you are allowed to laugh 🙂 ), events, and programs. I would love to research all of these things and come up with really cool ideas but even if I do know some about them I am still a far cry from a clever title and concept.
That is where you come in. The people who have built, experienced and created these badge worthy things 😀 the ones who know them inside and out! I need your help with new badge ideas, titles and concepts for Fedora Badges. If you all take a moment to update just one ticket I can get a whole lot more done during my internship! Thanks!!
- If you have an idea for a new badge read the new badge guide and
then click here to make a new ticket!
- If you want to help out with concepts click here!
- If you would like to help with titles and/or descriptions click here!
Yay! I have been accepted as an intern for Fedora working on Fedora Badges through the Outreach Program for Women. Originally I heard about the program through this blog post. I did a bit of research on the various projects and found that the work needed for Fedora Badges was perfectly suited to one of my favorite skill sets: inkscape + illustration 😀
According to the about page:
Fedora Badges is a fun website built to recognize contributors to the Fedora Project, help new and existing Fedora contributors find different ways to get involved, and encourage the improvement of Fedora’s infrastructure.
Once I learned more about the internship I immediately went to work on designing badges… with great success! With the assistance of the lovely folks in #fedora-design I have designed and received approval on six badges(which I will share momentarily :)). I am excited to be working on such a fun and creative project with such a helpful bunch of people.
The Fedora mentors and I have come up with a schedule for work flow during the internship. It will be divided into four three week sections:
- The first three week section will consist of as much badge illustration as possible.
- The second three week section will be focused on the creation of a first draft of badge artwork guidelines. I will also continue to work on badges as time allows.
- The third section will first focus on finalizing the badge artwork guidelines. Then I will begin to create a template for non-artists to use. I will also continue to work on badges as time allows.
- During the final three week section I will finalize the badge template and publish it to Fedora community. I will also work on badges as time allows.
I will write a bi-weekly blog post(or weekly if I can manage it), summarizing what I have learned and accomplished during the week. I plan to attach sneak previews or screenshots to these posts. At the end of each three week section I will do a larger summary blog post detailing my process, successes and failures. I will also post my badges and other designs I have created.
Now that I have outlined my plan, its time to share the best part: The designs that I have created!
And last but not least, my favorite
Hopefully you will be able to earn these soon on the Fedora Badges website!
This first round of badges has taught me a lot. I have set up accounts with Fedora Badges of course, and also Fedora Project, github, Colloquy, Gravatar, the gnome wiki, the badge tracker, wordpress and I have used a terminal to send my files to the web… For the first time =) I have also had a chance to get familiar with the look and feel of the badges and the different design elements that are commonly used.
I will be writing a post about this very soon but I want to encourage all you Fedora users reading this to help me out by contributing ideas for new badges and concepts for badges that already exist! I can make your badge dreams come to life 😉 (at least I can try). If you would like to get involved in Fedora Badges you can visit the badge tracker. If you want to submit a new badge idea, take a look at the new badge guide.