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First of all, thank you for this, @arasatasaygin! Open Source design for logos is not something we see everyday and I think that if more designers contributed to open-source we could have software that's beautiful AND free!
That said, I'd like to claim the Gate Keeper logo for my zshero project. I'm still working on it, but it's on a usable pre-release already and, since I use it on my personal dotfiles, the idea is to keep updating zshero for a long time!
Zshero is an open-source configuration manager written in ZSH to be fast and easy to use. It adds a function to your interactive shell that allows you to easily manage configuration files (also known as dotfiles) without too much trouble. Just tell zshero what do you want to version and it will take care of the rest!
@arasatasaygin Much appreciate your work and the idea of awarding the logos to open-source projects.
Gatekeeper would make an appropriate logo for blockingMap4j.
Since blockingmap acts like a gatekeeper between producer and consumers, the gatekeeper logo would make a good logo for the project.
Hey @arasatasaygin so great of you to do so . And I believe that you can help many developers .
May I claim this logo for my Max !
Thank you so much.
Pretty awesome idea! :)
I'd like to claim this logo for my UI SSL Enforcer plugin for WordPress. It's a combination of best practices and methods to make sure that EACH and ANY plugin, theme and part of WordPress is keeping in line, aka uses the magical "https://" instead of "http".
It plays nicely with Hyper Cache and Autoptimize, and works in WP 3.6.1 up to WP 5.0-nightly.
Future plans are:
I originally thought to adopt some kind of officer's cap or badge as part of the logo, but I'd be happy if this gate-keeper or mighty warrior (depending on your POV) would jump in to help with keeping stuff in line instead :)
Thanks in advance,