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cosmos #29

arasatasaygin opened this issue Jun 19, 2018 · 9 comments

cosmos #29

arasatasaygin opened this issue Jun 19, 2018 · 9 comments


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@arasatasaygin arasatasaygin commented Jun 19, 2018

To claim this logo

  • Introduce your active open source project.
  • Community can upvote your comment and you can upvote other projects as well.
  • Starting from 1st of July, I will give one logo per day until the end of month according to these upvotes.
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@zvr zvr commented Jun 19, 2018

I am interested in this for a new open source project currently being developed under the Google Summer of Code program.
However, some minor modification are going to be needed.

@arasatasaygin would you consider providing a variation (e.g., different colors to match our palette) ?


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@esl-douglas esl-douglas commented Jun 19, 2018

I'm interested in this logo for my open source church presentation software, currently named bartimeu.

Github repository currently in development


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@nukeop nukeop commented Jun 19, 2018

I would like to use this logo for an open source sci-fi themed game I'm developing.

It can be found here:

I've worked on the backend for some time, and recently I started developing the frontend part as well. They're being developed simultaneously, bit by bit, to match functionality.


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@jrswab jrswab commented Jun 19, 2018

I too would like to use this logo for my free and open-source project called Archivatory. It's a simple web-UI that allows people to easily upload their content to the Interplanetary File System (IPFS).

The Problem:

IPFS is quickly becoming the backbone of decentralized content creation with many apps using this protocol to store their users content. Unfortunately, there is no easy way for the average content creator to use IPFS natively if they so choose.

It takes a live server running Linux 24/7 and running the IPFS software even to have the ability to upload. Then the creator has to learn the commands and how to navigate the CLI before they can ever get their content into the InterPlanetary File System.

The Solution:

This project solves that very issue. Taking out all the hard backend work and leaving the user with a simple webpage to upload their content an get their IPFS hash with a link to view their content. Getting the creator's content on IPFS so it can potentially exist forever is now seamless. Freeing up the creator's time to create more epic content.

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@jwu910 jwu910 commented Jun 19, 2018


I'd like to post a claim on this logo for the project called Check It Out


It's a Git CLI tool to help quickly navigate and checkout your git branches associated with your project. I've been looking to make a logo with a big C in it, that has something to with looking or checking out. The logo seems to be a great fit already.

It's one of my first projects and I'd love to make it a little more official with a nice logo. My color palette could be adjusted as well. Let me know what you think! Thanks!!

Edit: Thanks @arasatasaygin I've never seen anything like this event before. Great job with the artwork on all the other logos.


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@jhpratt jhpratt commented Jun 19, 2018

r/Spacex Mission Control is a web-based application to host launch threads on r/SpaceX. Currently, its usage is relatively limited, but I am currently working on a bottom-up rewrite that will provide a combined interface with live updates, push notifications, and integrated streaming (potentially chat as well). It will have everything people will want to know about a launch while it's happening, and I expect it to have thousands (or tens of thousands) of users during each launch.


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@malikolivier malikolivier commented Jun 19, 2018

I am interested to claim this logo for an ongoing free software project I and some friends are developing: aflak.

This is a astronomical dataset visualization/analysis platform, providing an node editor-like visual programming interface with real-time feedback.

The project is still fairly young and under developments (far from being completely usable as of now). The main target users are the professional astronomy community.


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@sunface sunface commented Jun 20, 2018

Hi , we are developing a new chatting platform which named 'cosmos' too.


Our target is making a new chatting platform, maybe in some day can makes peoples in Galaxies of the Cosmos can reach each by light,but now we are focus on the earth first :)


  • Extremely performant
  • Written in pure go
  • Easy and efficient
  • Robust
  • Various messaing scenario supported
  • Group chat
  • Video and audio chat
  • Webrtc supported


The project is still very young,but the core messaging broker is already there for using

Core broker - MeQ

The broker of cosmos is meq(, it's target is making a modern messaging platform for Message Push、IM、Group Chatting、IoT etc.

Why MeQ?

There were already many messaging platform out there, but none of them can satisfy all the messaging scenario, e.g., if you want build a online chatting platform, you need to build it from scratch, nearly none of the existing platform can satisfy your need. So �here meq comes, cover your messaging scenario in the most easy way

So please upvote for our project, let's make a better cosmos together!


@arasatasaygin arasatasaygin mentioned this issue Jun 22, 2018
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@arasatasaygin arasatasaygin commented Aug 31, 2018

Congrats @jwu910
Can you please get in touch with me from I'll share all resource files, fonts, and sticker mule voucher.

Thanks again everyone for claiming and supporting.

~ Aras


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