cecilia.borg at oracle.com
Thu Feb 27 15:47:25 PST 2014
I'll hand in all ideas to him, but suggest we don't discuss our design ideas, rather what we want to say "take matter into his own hands". Actual design can quickly turn into a really long discussion.
I like your thinking though - Adoption gives you wings.
27 feb 2014 kl. 15:44 skrev Donald Smith:
> Don't know if we want to up-level this at all, but when we had the "Jetpack Duke" I always imagined that a good Duke for OpenJDK would be one who is flying on his own. Eg, a Duke that takes matters into his own hands than rely on something else.
> - Don
> On 27/02/2014 6:39 PM, Cecilia Borg wrote:
>> I talked to Jeff Dinkins, who have drawn some Dukes' in the past, if he could do one for the Adopt group and he was positive!
>> So - do we want one?
>> What input should we give him in that case?
>> As I asked Jeff about this, I'm positive towards the idea. It would be neat for JUG meetings to have the ability to do t-shirts and swag with Adoption Duke :)
>> I want to avoid as much committee work as possible in any design process, so rather than discussing how the Duke should look, I wonder if we could describe the program and audience to Jeff and he - as the artist, could put his creativity in it?
>> (Can you spot the OS mascots designed by an artist or the ones that are the result of a committee discussion? (Sotji, ahem...))
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