#429 OSCAL 2016
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== Badge Description ==

Title: OSCAL 2016 Attendee
Caption: You visited the Fedora booth at OSCAL 2016

== Activities ==

This badge is associated with the Open Source Conference Albania aka OSCAL 2016 edition organized by the Open Labs Hackerspace, and Fedora Albania in Tirana, Albania. Various Fedora Ambassadors will be attending the conference. More details about Fedora's participation are on the ​wiki:
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/OSCAL_2016

== Who gets badge ==

Visitors to the booth / table are eligible to earn the badge

== Why get badge ==

Earning the badge is primarily as a motivator to register an FAS account

== When get badge ==

May 14th - 15th (days of OSCAL'16)

== How get badge ==

Scan QR code to add badge to FAS account

== Artwork concepts ==

Proposal for the badge by me is attached to this ticket. Also, logos of the conference can be found on:

www.brandisty.com/oscal


Hi Elio! Congrats on creating a badge) Right now I have a couple concerns: you modified the logo way too much. I'd suggest keeping the proportions and possibly, colors they provide in their branding manual. That might involve separating year from the logo and putting it, for example, lower on the badge.
Please copy the gradient background directly from badges guidelines (see pdf for that) https://fedorahosted.org/fedora-badges/attachment/wiki/DesignResources/styleguide_3.f.png

then we'll review it again! cheers!

Hi Elio! Congrats on creating a badge) Right now I have a couple concerns: you modified the logo way too much. I'd suggest keeping the proportions and possibly, colors they provide in their branding manual. That might involve separating year from the logo and putting it, for example, lower on the badge.
Please copy the gradient background directly from badges guidelines (see pdf for that) https://fedorahosted.org/fedora-badges/attachment/wiki/DesignResources/styleguide_3.f.png

then we'll review it again! cheers!

Replying to [comment:1 mleonova]:

Hi Elio! Congrats on creating a badge) Right now I have a couple concerns: you modified the logo way too much. I'd suggest keeping the proportions and possibly, colors they provide in their branding manual. That might involve separating year from the logo and putting it, for example, lower on the badge.
Please copy the gradient background directly from badges guidelines (see pdf for that) https://fedorahosted.org/fedora-badges/attachment/wiki/DesignResources/styleguide_3.f.png

then we'll review it again! cheers!

Hi mleonova!

Well, I am organizer of the conference and I also created the logo and the branding guidelines myself, so I'm probably not compromising the styleguide which I created myself hehe.

I was told we had some flexibility with the gradient, but I can use the original provided one in any case. Attached is the updated one with the logo in white, as the gradient made black and red look quite bad, as the contrast was relatively low.

Is this okay?

Replying to [comment:1 mleonova]:

Hi Elio! Congrats on creating a badge) Right now I have a couple concerns: you modified the logo way too much. I'd suggest keeping the proportions and possibly, colors they provide in their branding manual. That might involve separating year from the logo and putting it, for example, lower on the badge.
Please copy the gradient background directly from badges guidelines (see pdf for that) https://fedorahosted.org/fedora-badges/attachment/wiki/DesignResources/styleguide_3.f.png

then we'll review it again! cheers!

Hi mleonova!

Well, I am organizer of the conference and I also created the logo and the branding guidelines myself, so I'm probably not compromising the styleguide which I created myself hehe.

I was told we had some flexibility with the gradient, but I can use the original provided one in any case. Attached is the updated one with the logo in white, as the gradient made black and red look quite bad, as the contrast was relatively low.

Is this okay?

I also updated our Brandisty and added the year logos for the '16 edition:
https://brandisty.com/oscal

I also updated our Brandisty and added the year logos for the '16 edition:
https://brandisty.com/oscal

Replying to [comment:3 elioqoshi]:

I also updated our Brandisty and added the year logos for the '16 edition:
https://brandisty.com/oscal

Awesome! Looks much better now. I'd suggest to maybe go a little further and make gradient darker like so, so the logo would stand out more. Also moved it a bit to give it more space. Does that make sense?)

[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/0ZnaIfC.png)]]

The image linked to your file is broken so I re-put it on template, attaching the file to the ticket.

Replying to [comment:3 elioqoshi]:

I also updated our Brandisty and added the year logos for the '16 edition:
https://brandisty.com/oscal

Awesome! Looks much better now. I'd suggest to maybe go a little further and make gradient darker like so, so the logo would stand out more. Also moved it a bit to give it more space. Does that make sense?)

[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/0ZnaIfC.png)]]

The image linked to your file is broken so I re-put it on template, attaching the file to the ticket.

@mleonova, thank you that looks perfect! Can we go ahead with this?

@mleonova, thank you that looks perfect! Can we go ahead with this?

Replying to [comment:5 elioqoshi]:

@mleonova, thank you that looks perfect! Can we go ahead with this?

Looks good to me. Try getting it approved by at least 1 other designer, too (for example, gnokii or riecatnor).

Replying to [comment:5 elioqoshi]:

@mleonova, thank you that looks perfect! Can we go ahead with this?

Looks good to me. Try getting it approved by at least 1 other designer, too (for example, gnokii or riecatnor).

Setting as artwork_approved - thanks!!

Setting as artwork_approved - thanks!!

Hey all - we need a .png export of the OSCAL'16_ml.svg​ file (with all the right margins/properties) before we can proceed with pushing it out.

Hey all - we need a .png export of the OSCAL'16_ml.svg​ file (with all the right margins/properties) before we can proceed with pushing it out.

@Ralph just uploaded it, thanks!

@Ralph just uploaded it, thanks!

All pushed out here: https://badges.fedoraproject.org/badge/oscal-2016-attendee

elioqoshi, your account should have rights to:

1) directly award the badge to people, and
2) create qrcodes and "invitation links"

You can create the qrcodes from the badge page when logged in. Remember to set the expiration date for after the conference is over, so the qrcode remains valid for the duration.

If you need any help, please get in touch with any member of the sysadmin-badges FAS group.

All pushed out here: https://badges.fedoraproject.org/badge/oscal-2016-attendee

elioqoshi, your account should have rights to:

1) directly award the badge to people, and
2) create qrcodes and "invitation links"

You can create the qrcodes from the badge page when logged in. Remember to set the expiration date for after the conference is over, so the qrcode remains valid for the duration.

If you need any help, please get in touch with any member of the sysadmin-badges FAS group.

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