Posted on Apr 10, 2014 by P. Taylor Goetz
Apache Storm is a platform for distributed, real-time computation that has been undergoing incubation at Apache since September 18, 2013. You can contribute by helping establish the Apache Storm brand by submitting a proposal for the Apache Storm logo.
Your proposal will be published on the Apache Storm project website next to the other proposals. On Wednesday, April 30, 2014 the community will choose the new logo through a vote on the Apache Storm Mailing List. If more than 10 proposals are received, voting will take place in two rounds, with the first round selecting 10 proposals to move to round two.
The winning artist will be credited on the Apache Storm website as having designed the logo, and may include a link to her/his website or blog. Prizes for the winner(s) are currently TBD.
The logo should meet the following requirements:
Optional, but nice to have:
Note: The winning design as accepted by popular vote will be treated as a proposal that can be modified and iterated upon to reach its final form.
There is no limit on the number of entries per individual.
While designing the logo, keep in mind what describes Apache Storm:
The contest will be open until Wednesday, April 30, 2014.
Send the Apache Storm Mailing List links to:
Alternatively, contributers can mail the above to the contest coordinator to have them forwarded to the mailing list.
Contributors may also publicise their proposal by tweeting links to a proposal with the hashtag #stormlogocontest
The authors of the selected Apache Storm logo(s) will be required to donate them to the Apache Storm project and complete and Apache Individual Contributor License Agreement(ICLA)