Hi Everyone, (01)
Further to exchanges on this thread and all the contributions that is now
on: http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?OOR_Logo_Candidates (02)
... This is a REMINDER that today is the LAST DAY for submission of
candidate logos for the OOR Initiative. (03)
[ JohnSowa: if you still want your "sowa-1" idea (ref.
considered, please send in some graphics today (even if hand sketched,
and scanned or digitally photographed.) Otherwise, it will not be
included as a candidate. ] (04)
After submission is closed, we will go through a first round of voting
to shortlist two selections, that we will further tweak (we suggest,
original design tweaks at his discretion) and then vote to adopt one,
as described in my last message. (05)
Since we did not talk about "how" we shall vote, I am suggesting the
following process: (06)
1. Anyone in the wider community (anyone subscribed to any list on
the ontolog mailman system, including those on [ontolog-invitation]
and [iaoa-general], which include non-members of Ontolog or IAOA as
well) and is willing to vote, gets one vote. (07)
2. those who are on the [oor-forum] list (which delineates members of
the OOR Initiative) gets another vote. (08)
3. those who submitted at least one candidate logo (even if it was
withdrawn) gets another vote. (09)
4. those who have attended at least one OOR meeting in the last 6
months, get another vote. There have been 15 sessions in all,
including the Summit post-session on 2011.04.19, between 19-Nov-2010
to 13-May-2011 (and you should know who you are, since we will be
going by an honor system) (010)
5. (this is more for the spammers) anyone doesn't qualify will have
their vote(s) removed (even if they voted.) (011)
Barring objections, I will create an online form where people could go
in, first identify how many votes they are good for, and then vote
accordingly (e.g. if you can cast 3 votes, then you can vote for 3
candidates ... you won't be able to cast all 3 votes onto one
candidate, unfortunately.) (012)
Comments, further suggestions are welcome ... but please send them in
within the next 8 hours. (013)
Regards. =ppy (014)
p.s. if you attend tomorrow's "OOR Metadata-II" session, that would
count too! It's unfortunate that we have a hard stop after 1-hour in
tomorrow's session; however, if we can squeeze out a little time, we
could still talk about this for a few minutes at the session tomorrow.
Developing session details at:
On Fri, May 6, 2011 at 12:41 PM, Peter Yim <peter.yim@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Everybody,
> A big THANK YOU to everyone who has contributed (to AliHashemi,
> especially, who accounted for about half of them) so far.
> The energy and momentum that is building behind this effort is just
> amazing! We have received over 20 candidate logos already (in graphics
> and even in prose).
> See what we have so far (in one place):
> During the meeting this morning, we came to a consensus that the
> following is how we are moving forward, between now and getting our
> OOR Logo adopted:
> - ref.
> Here's the timeline and process:
> * 2011.05.06 (today) - decided on following process and timeline. Each
> task listed below begins immediately after the closure of the one
> before it, and closes at the time-point indicated: (2TIL)
> * end-of-day 2011.05.12 - solicitation of logos extended ... send in
> more candidates, especially if you feel you have one(s) that is better
> than all the ones already received! After that, we will vote for on
> all candidates (2TIM)
> * end-of-day 2011.05.19 - voting concludes and we pare down the
> choices to 2 (two) final candidates (the top two that gets the most
> votes). We then open those two designs for comments and "tweak"
> suggestions. (2TIN)
> * end-of-day 2011.05.26 - comment period closes. The original artist
> is then given a weak to update/modify/tweak the two final candidates.
> * end-of-day 2011.06.02 - the final candidates are submitted; final
> round of voting begins (voting will be open for ~1 week) (2TIP)
> * end-of-day 2011.06.09 - voting ends ... and we will have our OOR Logo!
> Essentially, people still have a (little less than) week to come up
> with more designs (i.e. candidate logos ... please submit via this
> mail thread). We (everyone on this list is welcome) will then vote on
> them, and the top two candidates will be shortlisted. Everyone will
> then be invited to comment on them and provide suggestions on how they
> (either one of the two) can be tweaked to be further improved.
> However, these input will *only be suggestions* to the original
> artist, who will have the final say on whether or not to adopt them.
> The artists will have another week to prepare the design for a final
> submission, and we will all participate in a final round of voting,
> when the one with the higher number of votes will be selected as our
> OOR Logo.
> Regards. =ppy
> -- (016)
> On Mon, Mar 14, 2011 at 7:13 PM, Peter Yim <peter.yim@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Dear OOR community members,
>> A couple of meetings ago, it was suggested that we should have a logo
>> for OOR. Guess this is something we should have done back around when
>> we started (in 2008), but its never too late. Let's do it now.
>> Please take this message as a solicitation for designs of the graphics
>> that could give us a Logo (or Banner) that we will use as the icon to
>> represent the Open Ontology Repository (OOR) Initiative.
>> So, please send your proposals in, as responses to this thread, before
>> the end of this month (i.e. we're closing as of end March 2011.)
>> We will review what came through after that.
>> Thanks in advance. =ppy
>> Peter Yim
>> for the
>> OOR Initiative
>> -- (017)
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