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From Tadayoshi Sato <sato.tadayo...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Time for an overhaul of the patterns symbols?
Date Wed, 16 Nov 2016 12:02:17 GMT
Hi Francis,

I now fully understand your intention and personally like the idea. (I'm
one of the big fans of "flat design" :-) ) As no one else seems to have a
strong opinion about it, let me suggest one more idea.

As I said EIP diagrams are not proprietary to Camel, I think it's best to
provide your works to the broader EIP community. One of the great things
about EIP is the diagrams are provided by the authors as CC-BY license:
http://www.enterpriseintegrationpatterns.com/patterns/messaging/
so you can freely reuse and improve them so long as your works make the
original attribution clear.

So why don't you just go on your project and publish them on somewhere like
GitHub?  If your work is great and people in the EIP community like it,
then I'm sure your work will prevail!

Best regards,
Tadayoshi

On Thu, Nov 10, 2016 at 7:26 PM, Francis Vila <fvila789@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Tadayoshi,
>
> Thanks for your feedback.
> Maybe I was hasty in implying there might be differences in style. Looking
> again I see the logic to the different forms in the patterns. Initially I
> saw differences in line widths and colors, differences in types of coloring
> (gradient vs flat, border vs no border, shadow vs no shadow), but these
> differences do seem to be justified by the semantics of the icons.
>
> What I really meant is that they look dated now in 2016. That's inevitable
> because people's expectations change very fast. For a technology that has
> such a future ahead of it, I think some investment in image is worthwhile.
>
> I looked for some sites offering icon sets :
> https://icomoon.io/#icons or search for icons on  Google
> <https://www.google.com/search?client=ubuntu&hs=gfo&
> channel=fs&biw=1376&bih=776&tbs=qdr:y&tbm=isch&q=
> information+technology+icon+set&oq=information+technology+
> icon+set&gs_l=img.3...25490.30110.0.30494.22.20.0.0.0.0.
> 92.824.19.19.0....0...1c.1.64.img..4.10.414...
> 0i7i30k1j0i7i5i30k1j0i8i30k1j0i5i30k1.5hSHYE1O_W0&bav=on.2,
> or.r_cp.&bvm=bv.138169073,d.d2s&dpr=1.4&gws_rd=cr&ei=K0ckWMWyLsS9aaGksYgG>
> (the icon sets appear black, but people using them can change their color)
>
> Most sets use either flat areas (no borders, single color) or lines with
> uniform width (giving the "twisted paperclip" feel). When gradients or
> shadows are used (mostly they are not), they are used uniformly throughout
> the icon set. Some sets are colorful or festive, but they mostly refer to
> Christmas or the like.
>
>
>
>
>
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