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[libreoffice-design] Re: [libreoffice-design] Open Badges

Hello all.
I don’t like the idea about «Some activities have levels, for example bronze for submitting 1 patch, silver for 100, and gold for 1000. I would show this by color and stars on the image.» because it will be badly for Documentation team. I can write only one own guide or only two chapters for existing guide and it will be already huge contribution into our project but it will be only bronze =(
I suggest use bronze/silver/gold levels only for Development/QA/Localization/UI when you can make thousands actions like submit patches, file a bug report, translate 100500 words in the pootle.
Roman Kuznetsov
>Среда, 24 июля 2019, 9:15 +03:00 от Heiko Tietze <heiko.tietze@documentfoundation.org>:

>Dear design fellows,
>TDF plans to introduce badges [1] that are meant to award and recognize contributions made to the project in the various aspects. And we, the design team, got asked to provide catchy stickers. Some examples have been done a couple of years ago [2] looking pretty good. But since the project has grown we also need more stickers.
>We will have seven content types with different categories depending on the content:
>* Infra: Patrol the wiki, Moderate lists, Admin LO instances, Attend meetings, Main sys admin group
>* Development: Building LO, Attend ESC meetings, Admit to ESC, First commit, n commits, Contribute with unit tests
>* QA: Report bugs, Confirm bugs, Comment bugs, Bibisect, Improve report metadata, Triage bugs, Mentor people, Report blogs item, Write UI tests, Write cpp unit tests, Write unit tests in Python, Attend meetings, Participate to BHS, Check regressions, Verify fixed bugs
>* Documentation: Write a FAQ entry, Write a guide chapter, Proof read a contribution, Write a HC entry, Commit a HC entry, Write an How-To/tutorial, Register a video, Write wiki page, attended x meetings
>* UX/Design: Attend meetings, n added icon to a set, n added comments on BZ, meta categorization, file a ticket, comments on tickets, share ideas/mockups, write blog entry
>* Localization: Translate UI, Translate Help, Translate website, Translate LOOL, Translate PR, Translation marathon, Translate Video,
>Translate Documentation, Translate Mktg material, Review translations, Maintain NLP sites
>* Native language project: All contributions in native language, local events organization, local events attendance, local blogs
>* Community/Social marketing: Design material, Website contribution, Blog contribution, Booth attendance, Events attendance, SSO account
>* Product marketing: Attend meetings
>* Community support (Ask LibO): Moderation, Answering, Asking, Tagging/cleaning
>* Misc: Consolation prize, Membership Committee member, Board member, LibreLadies member
>As you can see, the of badgable activities can be improved (suggestions welcome). So the artwork needs to be flexible. Some activities have levels, for example bronze for submitting 1 patch, silver for 100, and gold for 1000. I would show this by color and stars on the image.
>So putting all together, the idea is to draw images that ideally are easy to recognize as related to TDF (donkey ear) with shapes per content (eg. shield, circle, star, book, pentagon...) and different icons inside. The frame may or may not receive decorations (ie. stars). A rough draft of the idea is here https://nextcloud.documentfoundation.org/s/PFLzsXxTEaTaiz3
>Everyone who is capable of visual artwork, please help with design of those badges. More ideas and opinions are welcome too, of course.
>Cheers and thanks in advance,
>[1] https://openbadges.org/ (formerly https://wiki.mozilla.org/Badges )
>[2] https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Design/Whiteboards/Badges
>Dr. Heiko Tietze, UX-Designer and UX-Mentor
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Re: [libreoffice-design] Re: [libreoffice-design] Open BadgesHeiko Tietze <heiko.tietze@documentfoundation.org>
[libreoffice-design] Open BadgesHeiko Tietze <heiko.tietze@documentfoundation.org>
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