The Haiku Project has recently announced two design contests. Most recently they’ve announced a web design contest; as reported by HaikuNews and ICO, the objective is to create a theme for the new Haiku website (based on the Drupal “content management platform”). Second, they’ve also begun accepting entries to the Haiku Icon Contest – the winning entry will, presumably, become the default icon set for Haiku’s first release. One entry has already been submitted by Mitiya Masuda, he’s released an extremely slick-looking icon set called “Ponkan” (which means “Tangerine,” according to the post on ICO).

Just in time for the icon contest, Stephan A??mus (aka stippi, the developer of the WonderBrush vector graphics app) has announced a preview release of a new version of Icon-O-Matic. As reported by ICO, it’s essentially a “lite” version of WonderBrush, focused on icon creation.

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Bala on 2012-11-30 at 09:16 (Reply)
Sure Andrew. I work as a graphic degsin artist and would gladly volunteer if only asked by the developers. I've stopped using FreeMind long ago although if I were ever to go into mind mapping again I'd use no other.

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