20th Anniversary Community Catalog
Submissions are now closed! Thank you to everyone who participated.
What does being a part of the Processing community mean to you? We’re creating a community catalog to celebrate all we’ve done together with Processing for the last 20 years! We hope you will consider contributing a page that represents how you’ve been a part of the community. You can share art you’ve made, code you’ve written, an event you organized, a workshop you taught, or anything else! Your page can be anything—a sketch, some writing, a photo, a screenshot, a collage, a poster, a mini-zine, etc! We hope to receive 1000s of pages! We’re excited to see what you share, and please share this call with your friends.
We aim to publish the community catalog at the end of January 2022. An edited print version will be available through the annual Processing Fundraiser in December, and everyone will be able to download a digital copy for free. All pages will be included in the digital version as long as they follow our Code of Conduct.
- 7.5 inches × 10 inches, vertical (19.05 × 25.4 cm)
- You can submit a TIFF or PDF
- TIFFs should be 300ppi (2250 × 3000 pixels) and grayscale
- PDFs should be black and white, and if they have images they should be 300ppi
- We prefer if you use this Google Form, but email is fine if it’s better for you
- Send to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: "Processing Community Catalog"
- Credit: This can include your name, title, GitHub/social media handle, or anything else
- Image Description: Describe the visual content of your image for someone who can’t see it. This can be short and concise. It will be used as image alt-text for the digital version
- Attach a TIFF or PDF file or include a download link
- Q: Can I write in a language that's not English. A: Yes, you can use any written language for the page you contribute.
- Q: Can I contribute more than one page if one is for a group project or organization I'm involved with and the other is a more individual page? A: Yes.
- Q: Is this only about Processing, what about p5.js and other related things? A: It's a celebration of everything related to the Processing Foundation including Processing, p5.js, all of the other initiatives with Python, Ruby, etc. as well as related advocacy work.