Would it be good for TDF Members to have a badge they can display on their home pages? And could there be some other badges to display the contributions and so the meritocraty? As it is a strategy to give all contributors an appreciation such badges could be part of it.
The badges can be used on
- Private pages, blogs
|Analysis||Call for Proposals||Shaping Tentative Design||Blueprint||Implemented|
|In Scope||Out of Scope|
- Collecting proposals: 14th June 2013
- Voting for proposals on ml: 28th June 2013
Proposal by User:k-j
|Members badge||Design badge||Developer badge||Language (l10n) badge||Documentation badge||QA badge||Website badge||Projects badge||LibOx badge||Marketing badge|
And with text:
Getting the svg with green labels:
|1st proposal with green colour||1st proposal with 4.0-olive colour|
First proposal based on Nik's proposal 4,5
The valuation (gold, silver, bronze) should be done by some defined criteria for every project, based on strengthness and duration of contributions. "Quality" shouldn't be a criteria, because most of quality isn't valuable. Maybe the badges will be awarded by the MC. But this is not part of this Whiteboard.
Levels could create a bit of a chasm between contributors. Project-internally it might be a good/useful metric, especially for developers/deciders looking to see who to trust from us more, who to maybe be a bit more careful about. Obviously, it is not completely objective ... but that should be not a huge problem. We could maybe rename the categories to roughly One-Time/Sustained/ Current Activity. (Thanks to Stefan for this points to think of).
|up to 20||-> green|
|up to 100||-> bronze|
|up to 1000||-> silver|
|above 1000||-> gold|
Proposal by NN
Each designer should be able to add his proposal under the "Proposals" category.