I’m organising a temporary core facility for bio-image analysis on the Trends In Microscopy spring school in two weeks. I’m just preparing the banner for it. I was thinking of expressing visually that we’re bringing open source tools to the user-community. I didn’t want to include only my favorite tools, but I also don’t know how to include all tools existing in the world. Thus, I was wondering if it’s ok to use the logos of the image.sc community partners. I think it’s a good way to advertise our community and the variety of tools we maintain and support. However, I also don’t want to use any logo of developers who don’t want that.
Please let me know what you think.
- If you’re representative of one of the tools, please confirm in the thread below if it’s ok to put your logo on the banner.
- Shall I put icons of the institutes supporting/financing the tools? I could do that in the bottom line of the banner. If yes, please provide the icons in the thread below.
This is how the draft of the banner looks so far:
It will be mounted at a wall close to the entrance area of the school, behind a co-working space where we solve image-analysis problems together with people attending the school. Thus, we don’t sell anything and we don’t earn money by consulting about tools there. No financial interests. I’m public service employee and just want to advertise the ideas of open source and open knowledge exchange.
Did I forget any tool while copy pasting the logos? Not intentionally. Just let me know
Thanks for your support!