#641 Keep it 100
Opened 2 years ago by riecatnor. Modified 14 days ago

Badge description (like "You added a co-maintainer to a package. BFF!"):
- You ran a $100 fedora party - or you attended a $100 Fedora party - maybe two badges?
- This idea generated at Badges lightning talk at Flock 2018

Help the badges team understand what this idea is all about. If this badge is
awarded for certain kinds of activities:

1) What are those activities?
- You ran/attended a $100 Fedora party

2) Who is doing them (are they packagers? translators? newcomers? veterans?
users? sponsors?)
- Anyone!

3) Why are they doing them (is this a means to a different end?)
- Organizer: to promote Fedora
- Attendee: to learn about Fedora

4) When do they do them (every day? once a year?)
- Occasionally

5) How do they do them (by talking in IRC? by running commands in the console?
by using a web interface?)
- In person event

Lastly, do you have any ideas for artwork concepts?
- variation on the "100" emoji
- 100 dollar bill with a panda/badger on it


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2 years ago

I didn't hear this lightning talk, but this sounds like the Advocate program (which has badges in progress) and release parties that also already have badges. What is the value of yet another set of badges here?

@bex the idea here I believe is to promote people to organize/run/attend these $100 dollar parties. I had not heard of them before the lightning talk, and am transcribing the ideas from that talk to tickets for open discussion.

Maybe, if we did want to do this badge, it would not apply for a release parties, or any other standard events(FWDs, FADs), and only new/different events? Do we have reason to run "new" events of that nature? Are there existing events of that are not standard and if so what are they?
One of the reasons why we try not to go overboard on event badges is because they can be exclusionary. That being said-- running a $100 dollar Fedora event could be just the thing to bring events to people/places that are unable to travel regularly and give them a chance to also earn event badges.

On another note- there is a lot of back and forth on what we do and don't want to do regarding badges/events. I think it would be helpful to brainstorm and finalize some standards/regulations regarding event badges with the input from leadership, design, and development side.

@bex the idea here I believe is to promote people to organize/run/attend these $100 dollar parties. I had not heard of them before the lightning talk, and am transcribing the ideas from that talk to tickets for open discussion.

I feel like the advocate badge will be for the organizers and we can do event badges that are themed for the events. I am worried that the "$100" emphasis drives thought to cost, not topic.

Maybe, if we did want to do this badge, it would not apply for a release parties, or any other standard events(FWDs, FADs), and only new/different events? Do we have reason to run "new" events of that nature? Are there existing events of that are not standard and if so what are they?

These events will be meetups and on various, often unrelated, topics.

One of the reasons why we try not to go overboard on event badges is because they can be exclusionary. That being said-- running a $100 dollar Fedora event could be just the thing to bring events to people/places that are unable to travel regularly and give them a chance to also earn event badges.

Why not do a generic "fedora meetup" badge for those events?

On another note- there is a lot of back and forth on what we do and don't want to do regarding badges/events. I think it would be helpful to brainstorm and finalize some standards/regulations regarding event badges with the input from leadership, design, and development side.

+1 - based on #642 we should do an email to hte badges list. Can you start this with your ideas?

@bex @mleonova we discussed this idea in the badges design meeting, and we think a generic meetup badge is a great idea. Concept for art would be some combination of these two:
https://badges.fedoraproject.org/badge/better-together
https://badges.fedoraproject.org/badge/lets-have-a-party-fedora-21
Would be nice to come up with a different clever name but simply "Meetup" can work too :)

Metadata Update from @riecatnor:
- Issue tagged with: outreachy-2020

a year ago

Metadata Update from @riecatnor:
- Issue assigned to mbachi

a year ago

Hi @mbachi checking in here :) let me know if you need help

hi @mbachi great first shot at designing badges! Here are some thoughts on how to improve:

Let's start there :) I look forward to your next draft! Thanks

Hi @mbachi I like the direction the first one is going, the panda with the balloon. I think it might need a background. And since there is just one panda, I would increase the size. Try those two changes and re-upload :) thanks!

Metadata Update from @riecatnor:
- Issue tagged with: category - event

22 days ago

Hi @riecatnor ,This is Surender.I have a idea about 100$ Fedora party badge.
1. If we put 100$ tag or ticket on balloon (or on the panda's/badger's hand) for
attendent of a $100 Fedora party (in above badge design by @mbachi ).
2. For the organiser badge of $100 fedora party , an idea like a panda stand in front of organiser and organiser is issuing party tickets.
reference design
https://badges.fedoraproject.org/badge/working-a-beat-beat-writer-ii
https://badges.fedoraproject.org/badge/sistine-badgers-badge-artist-iv

3.Can I edit text and write 100$ Fedora Party and Also use the 100$ Dollar tickets emoji/stikers on the party help desk or in the hand of organiser something like that.
Dollar emoji https://favpng.com/png_view/vector-take-money-villain-emoji-united-states-dollar-emoticon-smiley-png/eddZ8Maq

Party Organiser reference badge
https://badges.fedoraproject.org/badge/the-panda-is-in
4. Lastly I can mixup/combine all the reference badges above and also draw a dollar emoji ticket for attendentent of party.
So, @riecatnor If you understand my idea please give me this task.I will be happy to work on it.
Thanks

Hi @surender786 you can absolutely work on this badge. Please make sure to read all of the comments on the ticket, though. In this comment: https://pagure.io/fedora-badges/issue/641#comment-526611 and the one following we decided to move away from the $100 concept to a general meetup up badge. Based on this I think you may want to come up with some new concepts :)

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