OpenNLP
  1. OpenNLP
  2. OPENNLP-6

Create a new OpenNLP project logo for the site

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    • Type: Improvement Improvement
    • Status: Open
    • Priority: Minor Minor
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: None
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    • Component/s: Website
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      Description

      The current logo was not changed for a long time (if ever).
      Lets create a new fresh looking logo.

      1. kinow-opennlp-1.png
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        Bruno P. Kinoshita
      2. kinow-opennlp-2.png
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        Bruno P. Kinoshita
      3. kinow-opennlp-3.png
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        Bruno P. Kinoshita
      4. kinow-opennlp-3-variations.png
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        Bruno P. Kinoshita
      5. OpenNLP.png
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        James Kosin
      6. OpenNLP-koji-1.png
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        Koji Sekiguchi
      7. OpenNLP-koji-2.png
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        Koji Sekiguchi
      8. opennlp-variations.png
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        Bruno P. Kinoshita

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        James Kosin added a comment -

        One proposed logo.
        This is just a simple one.
        More to follow later.
        [ posted same logo to OPENNLP-4 ]

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        James Kosin added a comment - One proposed logo. This is just a simple one. More to follow later. [ posted same logo to OPENNLP-4 ]
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        Bruno P. Kinoshita added a comment -

        Attached two proposed logos. The first one is a simple combination of fonts, moving things around in Inkscape, then adjusting letter spacing manually. While the second has a more formal letter style, and a small image, that was created based on dependency trees. It is a simple dependency tree as follows:

            /\
          /    \
        /      / \
        

        But with two copies moved slightly to its right with equal space in between them. The result looks like mountains, but if you pay attention you can see the dependency tree (I swear there is one

        Single image with fonts and colours used available [here](http://kinow.deviantart.com/art/Proposed-logos-for-Apache-OpenNLP-657512914). SVG available as well. Made with Inkscape, fonts from Google Fonts.

        Cheers
        Bruno

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        Bruno P. Kinoshita added a comment - Attached two proposed logos. The first one is a simple combination of fonts, moving things around in Inkscape, then adjusting letter spacing manually. While the second has a more formal letter style, and a small image, that was created based on dependency trees. It is a simple dependency tree as follows: /\ / \ / / \ But with two copies moved slightly to its right with equal space in between them. The result looks like mountains, but if you pay attention you can see the dependency tree (I swear there is one Single image with fonts and colours used available [here] ( http://kinow.deviantart.com/art/Proposed-logos-for-Apache-OpenNLP-657512914 ). SVG available as well. Made with Inkscape, fonts from Google Fonts. Cheers Bruno
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        Joern Kottmann added a comment -

        Thanks, this is really great work!

        Would you mind posting this as well on the user list? I would like to get feedback from the community on it.

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        Joern Kottmann added a comment - Thanks, this is really great work! Would you mind posting this as well on the user list? I would like to get feedback from the community on it.
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        Bruno P. Kinoshita added a comment -

        Sure thing Joern http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/opennlp-users/201701.mbox/browser

        I wonder who maintains our blogs? Maybe we could get word out through ASF official blog, and perhaps ASF twitter accounts? Both TheASF and apacheopennlp.

        Thanks!

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        Bruno P. Kinoshita added a comment - Sure thing Joern http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/opennlp-users/201701.mbox/browser I wonder who maintains our blogs? Maybe we could get word out through ASF official blog, and perhaps ASF twitter accounts? Both TheASF and apacheopennlp. Thanks!
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        Suneel Marthi added a comment -

        Do we also need to add 'Apache' somewhere on the logo? This is a question for ASF Brand Mgmt and Sally Khudairi.

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        Suneel Marthi added a comment - Do we also need to add 'Apache' somewhere on the logo? This is a question for ASF Brand Mgmt and Sally Khudairi.
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        Bruno P. Kinoshita added a comment -

        My suggestion would to be to leave it optional, but someone involved with the project might be a better person to answer this.

        Thanks for looking into this Suneel, and thanks to Sally as well

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        Bruno P. Kinoshita added a comment - My suggestion would to be to leave it optional, but someone involved with the project might be a better person to answer this. Thanks for looking into this Suneel, and thanks to Sally as well
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        Rafik Naccache - Turbopape added a comment -

        I would suggest something that would have a bullet as in comic-strips. May be the bullet would be soemhow incorporated in the "O" or "P" in "OpenNLP".
        Too bad I am not skilled at all at design

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        Rafik Naccache - Turbopape added a comment - I would suggest something that would have a bullet as in comic-strips. May be the bullet would be soemhow incorporated in the "O" or "P" in "OpenNLP". Too bad I am not skilled at all at design
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        Bruno P. Kinoshita added a comment -

        Uploaded a few variations, and a new logo. Rafik Naccache - Turbopape, I will have some time in a few days (going overseas this week). Might try your idea and upload a logo too! Thanks!

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        Bruno P. Kinoshita added a comment - Uploaded a few variations, and a new logo. Rafik Naccache - Turbopape , I will have some time in a few days (going overseas this week). Might try your idea and upload a logo too! Thanks!
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        Koji Sekiguchi added a comment - - edited

        I’m a committer of an open source project NLP4L, which is developed on github (https://github.com/NLP4L/nlp4l), and we use OpenNLP a lot in our project. I always thought that I must somehow return the favor to this project, and now I have been inspired by seeing this interesting ticket and attached logos.

        I attached two files. In the first one (OpenNLP-koji-1), I put a book which implies a dictionary or a model that is referenced or a book or corpus that is the object to be processed by OpenNLP. I used light gray for Open to indicate openness and red for NLP to indicate great power. The second one (OpenNLP-koji-2) is different version of the first one. The symbol used in the second instead of the book symbol indicates bright future or hope.

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        Koji Sekiguchi added a comment - - edited I’m a committer of an open source project NLP4L, which is developed on github ( https://github.com/NLP4L/nlp4l ), and we use OpenNLP a lot in our project. I always thought that I must somehow return the favor to this project, and now I have been inspired by seeing this interesting ticket and attached logos. I attached two files. In the first one (OpenNLP-koji-1), I put a book which implies a dictionary or a model that is referenced or a book or corpus that is the object to be processed by OpenNLP. I used light gray for Open to indicate openness and red for NLP to indicate great power. The second one (OpenNLP-koji-2) is different version of the first one. The symbol used in the second instead of the book symbol indicates bright future or hope.

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            Joern Kottmann
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