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Round 1: A list of common crops #2

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andru opened this Issue Jan 18, 2016 · 23 comments

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andru commented Jan 18, 2016

If you're interested in helping out, choose an unclaimed crop below and add a comment to this issue to claim it! Once you've got something to share for feedback, open up a new issue.

  • acorn squash in progress #14
  • artichoke (green)
  • basil
  • bean (runner)
  • bean (french)
  • bean (mung)
  • broccoli in progress #7
  • butternut squash in progress #13
  • cabbage (loose leafed)
  • cabbage (winter) in progress #13
  • cabbage (red)
  • capsicum red/green (bell pepper) in progress #13
  • cauliflower (white) claimed @andru
  • beet in progress #14
  • carrot claimed #4
  • chard claimed #2 (comment)
  • chili (habanero) claimed #2 (comment)
  • chili pepper (jalepeño?)
  • corn #6
  • cucumber
  • eggplant (aubergine) in progress #7
  • lemon in progress #4
  • lettuce
  • kale
  • onion claimed #4
  • pak choy claimed https://github.com/openfarmcc/open-crop-icons/issues/2#issuecomment-202286033
  • parsnip claimed #2 (comment)
  • pea in progress #7
  • pea (snow pea) in progress #14
  • potato
  • pumpkin (the classic big orange winter squash) #6
  • radish in progress #4
  • romaine lettuce
  • strawberry claimed #2 (comment)
  • swede
  • sweet potato
  • tomatillo
  • tomato #5
  • cherry tomato #5
  • spinach claimed #2 (comment)
  • yam
  • yellow crookneck squash in progress #13
  • zucchini (courgette)

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@neynah I compiled a list of the most common fruits and veg; don't be scared off by the increased size - whatever you can contribute will be amazing!

Not sure how best to collaborate here, as I'm also working on a couple. Currently doing broccoli and red capsicum. Maybe we should open up issues for each icon to communicate that we've claimed it? And then we could post WIP shots if we like. Or if that seems like overkill, maybe an issue for each batch like WIP: cucumber, onion, corn.

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@neynah I compiled a list of the most common fruits and veg; don't be scared off by the increased size - whatever you can contribute will be amazing!

Not sure how best to collaborate here, as I'm also working on a couple. Currently doing broccoli and red capsicum. Maybe we should open up issues for each icon to communicate that we've claimed it? And then we could post WIP shots if we like. Or if that seems like overkill, maybe an issue for each batch like WIP: cucumber, onion, corn.

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Yewww! I think you just nailed how to claim 'em @andru - just posting what one is working on right here seems to work nicely 👍. Once this list is exhausted we can move onto a second batch in another issue!

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roryaronson commented Jan 18, 2016

Yewww! I think you just nailed how to claim 'em @andru - just posting what one is working on right here seems to work nicely 👍. Once this list is exhausted we can move onto a second batch in another issue!

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Thanks! I already started on a lemon one... hope that is OK.

neynah commented Jan 18, 2016

Thanks! I already started on a lemon one... hope that is OK.

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There's actually a lot of people who like growing lemons and would like to grow lemons in my friend circle! Not so much oranges - but I wouldn't make assumptions about what's a priority or not :).

Basically - to me a priority vegetable or fruit is one that someone thought of.

I made some changes to the original list post @andru (added some "in progress" tags with a reference to the comment claiming them). Tell me what you think (@roryaronson, @neynah)

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simonv3 commented Jan 18, 2016

There's actually a lot of people who like growing lemons and would like to grow lemons in my friend circle! Not so much oranges - but I wouldn't make assumptions about what's a priority or not :).

Basically - to me a priority vegetable or fruit is one that someone thought of.

I made some changes to the original list post @andru (added some "in progress" tags with a reference to the comment claiming them). Tell me what you think (@roryaronson, @neynah)

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Yikes, already some overlap. I can take broccoli out of my queue then.

neynah commented Jan 18, 2016

Yikes, already some overlap. I can take broccoli out of my queue then.

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I can do tomato/cherry tomato/chili.
For chili: I'll probably make a red one, a green one, and perhaps a habanero.

jneubrand commented Jan 19, 2016

I can do tomato/cherry tomato/chili.
For chili: I'll probably make a red one, a green one, and perhaps a habanero.

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Also, I like the "in progress" tags with links to the issues. 👍

neynah commented Jan 20, 2016

Also, I like the "in progress" tags with links to the issues. 👍

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Yeah, I was hoping to make them look like tags by using the code(`) markup ticks, but unfortunately that didn't parse the URL.

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simonv3 commented Jan 20, 2016

Yeah, I was hoping to make them look like tags by using the code(`) markup ticks, but unfortunately that didn't parse the URL.

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Code inside the url works!
google { ['google'](google.com) with backticks } as opposed to [google](google.com)

jneubrand commented Jan 20, 2016

Code inside the url works!
google { ['google'](google.com) with backticks } as opposed to [google](google.com)

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🌠 the more you know!

Edit: Actually, it's not even necessary.

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simonv3 commented Jan 20, 2016

🌠 the more you know!

Edit: Actually, it's not even necessary.

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Hey all! I want to help out with these as well. I can take corn and pumpkin for now :) 👍

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jsimplicio commented Jan 20, 2016

Hey all! I want to help out with these as well. I can take corn and pumpkin for now :) 👍

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I've marked them as claimed :)

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simonv3 commented Jan 20, 2016

I've marked them as claimed :)

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It's amazing to see how quickly we're getting through this list! Great work everyone!

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andru commented Jan 21, 2016

It's amazing to see how quickly we're getting through this list! Great work everyone!

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Ta-da! Tomato and Cherry Tomato are our first completed icons - thanks @jneubrand!

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andru commented Jan 21, 2016

Ta-da! Tomato and Cherry Tomato are our first completed icons - thanks @jneubrand!

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You're welcome!

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Ta-da! Tomato and Cherry Tomato are our first completed icons - thanks @jneubrand!


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You're welcome!

On Jan 21, 2016, at 11:39, Andru Vallance notifications@github.com wrote:

Ta-da! Tomato and Cherry Tomato are our first completed icons - thanks @jneubrand!


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I'm gonna be taking strawberry, parsnip, and spinach if no problem :)

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jsimplicio commented Jan 23, 2016

I'm gonna be taking strawberry, parsnip, and spinach if no problem :)

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@jsimplicio all yours :)

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@jsimplicio all yours :)

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Just taken butternut squash (which I'm currently both sowing for next year and feasting on from last!), capsicum (belll pepper), crookneck and winter cabbage. See #13

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Just taken butternut squash (which I'm currently both sowing for next year and feasting on from last!), capsicum (belll pepper), crookneck and winter cabbage. See #13

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linchocolatte Mar 28, 2016

hey there! just wondering if you guys still need any icon designs for the crops? I'll be glad to help out! (:

Can I take pak choy and chard? haha

linchocolatte commented Mar 28, 2016

hey there! just wondering if you guys still need any icon designs for the crops? I'll be glad to help out! (:

Can I take pak choy and chard? haha

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Hey @linchocolatte, definitely take a jab at any crops you want to design! I'll mark you as doing pak choy and chard :)

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simonv3 commented Mar 28, 2016

Hey @linchocolatte, definitely take a jab at any crops you want to design! I'll mark you as doing pak choy and chard :)

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Hi I have started to design cucumber, yam , potato, sweet potato. And I have completed cucumber, yam and potato. If you tell me the size of the icon will resize and commit the crops icon till I completed after getting your reviews.
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Rajalashmi commented Apr 23, 2017

Hi I have started to design cucumber, yam , potato, sweet potato. And I have completed cucumber, yam and potato. If you tell me the size of the icon will resize and commit the crops icon till I completed after getting your reviews.
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Hey @Rajalashmi thanks for jumping in and contributing!

I apologize (to everyone) for not posting in this repository sooner, but through my work with FarmBot we've been developing a bunch of crop icons and uploading them to OpenFarm directly, including icons for these three crops and 100+ others! While no crop icons are currently used on the OpenFarm interface, you can see them on the crop edit pages:

And you can see all of the icons we've made so far here. Some have not yet been uploaded to OpenFarm. These should probably be added to this repository too, which I'll open up another issue for to figure out the best way to do that.

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Hey @Rajalashmi thanks for jumping in and contributing!

I apologize (to everyone) for not posting in this repository sooner, but through my work with FarmBot we've been developing a bunch of crop icons and uploading them to OpenFarm directly, including icons for these three crops and 100+ others! While no crop icons are currently used on the OpenFarm interface, you can see them on the crop edit pages:

And you can see all of the icons we've made so far here. Some have not yet been uploaded to OpenFarm. These should probably be added to this repository too, which I'll open up another issue for to figure out the best way to do that.

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Tropicalrambler Jun 23, 2018

@roryaronson I am a FarmBot owner and currently am working on an agriculture module for frappe/erpnext, also an Open Source project. At some point I wish to manage my planting tasks for my hydroponic farm with FarmBot and ERPNext: hopefully by 2019, as my ambitions outweigh my capacity to do everything at once. My question is if you guys have an updated list, or the google docs list provided in the main repo/issues is the most exhaustive yet? Also, I'd be willing at some point to be add them here with a PR from a fork of this repo. Let me know how progress is going. Regards form a CalPoly alumni!

Tropicalrambler commented Jun 23, 2018

@roryaronson I am a FarmBot owner and currently am working on an agriculture module for frappe/erpnext, also an Open Source project. At some point I wish to manage my planting tasks for my hydroponic farm with FarmBot and ERPNext: hopefully by 2019, as my ambitions outweigh my capacity to do everything at once. My question is if you guys have an updated list, or the google docs list provided in the main repo/issues is the most exhaustive yet? Also, I'd be willing at some point to be add them here with a PR from a fork of this repo. Let me know how progress is going. Regards form a CalPoly alumni!

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