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Add Humane Technology #1239

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aschrijver commented Mar 6, 2018

https://github.com/engagingspaces/awesome-humane-tech

Curated list for any open-source projects that improve society, i.e. dealing with ethics, privacy, transparency, health, etc. Related to recently founded The Center for Humane Technology

By submitting this pull request I confirm I've read and complied with the below requirements.

Please read it multiple times. I spent a lot of time on these guidelines and most people miss a lot.

  • I have read and understood the contribution guidelines and the instructions for creating a list.
  • This pull request has a descriptive title.
    For example, Add Name of List, not Update readme.md or Add awesome list.
  • The entry in the Awesome list should:
    • Include a short description about the project/theme of the list. It should not describe the list itself.
      Example: - [Fish](…) - User-friendly shell., not - [Fish](…) - Resources for Fish..
    • Be added at the bottom of the appropriate category.
  • The list I'm submitting complies with these requirements:
    • Has been around for at least 30 days.
      That means 30 days from either the first real commit or when it was open-sourced. Whatever is most recent.
    • It's the result of hard work and the best I could possibly produce.
    • Non-generated Markdown file in a GitHub repo.
    • Includes a succinct description of the project/theme at the top of the readme. (Example)
    • The repo should have awesome-list & awesome as GitHub topics. I encourage you to add more relevant topics.
    • Not a duplicate.
    • Only has awesome items. Awesome lists are curations of the best, not everything.
    • Includes a project logo/illustration whenever possible.
      • Either fullwidth or placed at the top-right of the readme. (Example)
      • The image should link to the project website or any relevant website.
      • The image should be high-DPI. Set it to maximum half the width of the original image.
    • Entries have a description, unless the title is descriptive enough by itself. It rarely is though.
    • Includes the Awesome badge.
      • Should be placed on the right side of the readme heading.
      • Should link back to this list.
    • Has a Table of Contents section.
      • Should be named Contents, not Table of Contents.
      • Should be the first section in the list.
      • Should only have one level of sub-lists, preferably none.
    • Has an appropriate license.
      • That means something like CC0, not a code licence like MIT, BSD, Apache, etc.
      • WTFPL and Unlicense are not acceptable licenses.
      • If you use a license badge, it should be SVG, not PNG.
    • Has contribution guidelines.
      • The file should be named contributing.md. Casing is up to you.
    • Has consistent formatting and proper spelling/grammar.
      • The link and description are separated by a dash.
        Example: - [AVA](…) - JavaScript test runner.
      • The description starts with an uppercase character and ends with a period.
      • Drop all the A / An prefixes in the descriptions.
      • Consistent and correct naming. For example, Node.js, not NodeJS or node.js.
    • Doesn't include a Travis badge.
      You can still use Travis for list linting, but the badge has no value in the readme.
  • Go to the top and read it again.
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Awesome list for open-source projects that improve society, dealing with ethics, privacy, transparency, health, etc.

https://github.com/engagingspaces/awesome-humane-tech
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Putting the awesome badge next to every list in that bottom list looks kind of weird.

legodude17 commented May 3, 2018

Putting the awesome badge next to every list in that bottom list looks kind of weird.

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Yea maybe.. I wanted to create a clear distinction. Kinda like it also.

Is that hampering inclusion in top-level awesome?

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aschrijver commented May 3, 2018

Yea maybe.. I wanted to create a clear distinction. Kinda like it also.

Is that hampering inclusion in top-level awesome?

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Hey, sorry for the lack of response, please see #1363.

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sindresorhus commented Jul 28, 2018

Hey, sorry for the lack of response, please see #1363.

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Hi @sindresorhus

Great to hear you are incorporating the review system. It should be a great help making your life easier :)

I did a bunch of reviews just after our discussing this on June 5th (#1323 (comment)). Basically went for all PR's without comments, some of which are now visibile in my notifications because you added a comment:

There are more I reviewed, but I'd have to open all PR's one by one to find them now.

I just resolved the merge conflict of other PR's that have been added since.

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aschrijver commented Jul 29, 2018

Hi @sindresorhus

Great to hear you are incorporating the review system. It should be a great help making your life easier :)

I did a bunch of reviews just after our discussing this on June 5th (#1323 (comment)). Basically went for all PR's without comments, some of which are now visibile in my notifications because you added a comment:

There are more I reviewed, but I'd have to open all PR's one by one to find them now.

I just resolved the merge conflict of other PR's that have been added since.

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Includes a project illustration whenever possible.
The image should be high-DPI. Set it to maximum half the width of the original image.

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sindresorhus commented Aug 17, 2018

Includes a project illustration whenever possible.
The image should be high-DPI. Set it to maximum half the width of the original image.

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sindresorhus commented Aug 17, 2018

It just looks noisy to use the Awesome badge here: https://github.com/engagingspaces/awesome-humane-tech#related-awesomeness

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Thank you @sindresorhus !

I have removed the superfluous badges from the list. Also I have reviewed some additional PR's:

I resolved the merge conflict again too.

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aschrijver commented Aug 18, 2018

Thank you @sindresorhus !

I have removed the superfluous badges from the list. Also I have reviewed some additional PR's:

I resolved the merge conflict again too.

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Thank you for reviewing @AvatarSenju !

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aschrijver commented Aug 26, 2018

Thank you for reviewing @AvatarSenju !

@sindresorhus sindresorhus merged commit 7cf6f97 into sindresorhus:master Aug 27, 2018

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sindresorhus commented Aug 27, 2018

@aschrijver aschrijver deleted the aschrijver:patch-2 branch Aug 27, 2018

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