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Vote on new mlr logo! #1684

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MasonGallo opened this Issue Mar 14, 2017 · 20 comments

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MasonGallo commented Mar 14, 2017

Please vote on your favorite logo by "reacting" to it with a +1 below. Thanks @hannahatkin for creating the logos!

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MasonGallo commented Mar 14, 2017

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MasonGallo commented Mar 14, 2017

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MasonGallo commented Mar 14, 2017

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MasonGallo commented Mar 14, 2017

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MasonGallo commented Mar 14, 2017

orangestarbig

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MasonGallo commented Mar 14, 2017

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All look great!
Just a quick question: I get the rabbit. Do the star and the squares also have a special meaning that I'm missing? 😬

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schiffner commented Mar 14, 2017

All look great!
Just a quick question: I get the rabbit. Do the star and the squares also have a special meaning that I'm missing? 😬

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i really really dont know :)

i like the microsoft logo, and the 2 rabitts, the 1st one possibly the least......
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berndbischl commented Mar 14, 2017

i really really dont know :)

i like the microsoft logo, and the 2 rabitts, the 1st one possibly the least......
argh

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@MasonGallo do you also want to publish a mini post on the blog? (so it gets on rbloggers)

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berndbischl commented Mar 14, 2017

@MasonGallo do you also want to publish a mini post on the blog? (so it gets on rbloggers)

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@schiffner The block one is the most abstract -- this is playing on the idea of ease and simplification. MLR makes tedious tasks easier, like the last block just needs one more simple nudge to complete the pattern.

The star logos are made of oval shapes, playing on the shape that is found behind the R logo. I took the oval and made it into a cohesive pattern as if building off from R itself.

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@schiffner The block one is the most abstract -- this is playing on the idea of ease and simplification. MLR makes tedious tasks easier, like the last block just needs one more simple nudge to complete the pattern.

The star logos are made of oval shapes, playing on the shape that is found behind the R logo. I took the oval and made it into a cohesive pattern as if building off from R itself.

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Actually i like the first one the most. It has a "retro" touch. 😄 And it's the most unique one to my eyes.
Unfortunately caret seems to have gotten note of our actions and they completely removed the carot from all their visible sites. This kind of makes it harder to get the joke.

@hannahatkin: Can you provide favicon versions of the logos so we can see how they would look in the browser?

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jakob-r commented Mar 14, 2017

Actually i like the first one the most. It has a "retro" touch. 😄 And it's the most unique one to my eyes.
Unfortunately caret seems to have gotten note of our actions and they completely removed the carot from all their visible sites. This kind of makes it harder to get the joke.

@hannahatkin: Can you provide favicon versions of the logos so we can see how they would look in the browser?

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@hannahatkin Very cool! Thanks for the info.

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schiffner commented Mar 14, 2017

@hannahatkin Very cool! Thanks for the info.

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@jakob-r Favicons actually need to be hand designed in order to scale properly so I was only planning on creating that once we finalized on a design. Unfortunately, I don't have the time to create all of them right now.

hannahatkin commented Mar 15, 2017

@jakob-r Favicons actually need to be hand designed in order to scale properly so I was only planning on creating that once we finalized on a design. Unfortunately, I don't have the time to create all of them right now.

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So everyone gets up to 6 votes?

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mb706 commented Mar 15, 2017

So everyone gets up to 6 votes?

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I think you get as many votes as you like :)

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larskotthoff commented Mar 15, 2017

I think you get as many votes as you like :)

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I like the third one most. The first one is hard to read, although I really like the description below, maybe should be included into the others too. And it seems like network graphs which is not the main thing of mlr...
The last two ones remind me of physics and molecules.

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PhilippPro commented Mar 16, 2017

I like the third one most. The first one is hard to read, although I really like the description below, maybe should be included into the others too. And it seems like network graphs which is not the main thing of mlr...
The last two ones remind me of physics and molecules.

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@MasonGallo do you also want to publish a mini post on the blog? (so it gets on rbloggers)

@berndbischl yes I'll put up a short blog post linking to this issue by tmw

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@MasonGallo do you also want to publish a mini post on the blog? (so it gets on rbloggers)

@berndbischl yes I'll put up a short blog post linking to this issue by tmw

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saraswatmks Mar 24, 2017

Great work @hannahatkin
I liked the second one.
It's great to see such enthusiasm and support for mlr package. I learned it last december even wrote a tutorial but then I stopped myself to learn further, being afraid that it might be just another R package which came and got lost on CRAN. Now, I'm pretty cheered up! :)

saraswatmks commented Mar 24, 2017

Great work @hannahatkin
I liked the second one.
It's great to see such enthusiasm and support for mlr package. I learned it last december even wrote a tutorial but then I stopped myself to learn further, being afraid that it might be just another R package which came and got lost on CRAN. Now, I'm pretty cheered up! :)

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learned it last december even wrote a tutorial

i saw your tutorial back then and was pretty happy. good job!

but then I stopped myself to learn further, being afraid that it might be just another R package which came and got lost on CRAN

believe me, i / we have invested too much to give up now ;-)

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berndbischl commented Mar 24, 2017

learned it last december even wrote a tutorial

i saw your tutorial back then and was pretty happy. good job!

but then I stopped myself to learn further, being afraid that it might be just another R package which came and got lost on CRAN

believe me, i / we have invested too much to give up now ;-)

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Looks like we have a winner @ 50 votes!

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MasonGallo commented May 3, 2017

Looks like we have a winner @ 50 votes!

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