Barnstars were introduced to express appreciation for the many unique contributions made by individuals throughout the Public Laboratory community. They are a kind of "warm fuzzy" and can be used to convey sentiments ranging from profound respect to humor. **Any existing barnstars -- or new ones that you customize -- can be spontaneously awarded to anyone by anyone.** You award a barnstar by listing their name on this page next to the appropriate barnstar, the date you awarded it, and adding +1 to the tally. Some barnstars can now be awarded to individuals on research notes--look for the drop down triangle next to the star button. Notice of new barnstars will be publicized weekly in the newsletter.
Sections in this wiki page:
* [Barnstars awarded to date](#Barnstars+awarded+to+date)
* [Display your barnstar](/wiki/barnstars#Display+your+barnstar)
* [Create a new barnstar](/wiki/barnstars#Create+new+barnstars)
###Barnstars awarded to date
This classic barnstar is inspired by Wikipedia Barnstars and is awarded to people who exemplify the spirit of open research, as well as to all who attend a Public Lab Barnraising.
Grassroots Mapping Forum Barnstar
This barnstar is awarded to all who have contributed to an issue of the Grassroots Mapping Forum. Total awarded = 0
Photo Documentation Barnstar
This barnstar is awarded to all who have contributed noteworthy photographic documentation of projects and events. Scott Eustatic awarded this barnstar to Stevie Sept 2014. Total awarded = 1
Video Documentation Barnstar
This barnstar is awarded to all who have contributed noteworthy video documentation of projects and events. Total awarded = 0
This barnstar celebrates the craft of video narratives for explaining complex ideas such as teaching people how to make or use tools, launching a Kickstarter campaign, or telling a story of a research inquiry. This barnstar has been awarded to Chris Fastie, Jeffrey Warren and Mathew Lippincot. Total awarded = 3
Feeding the Barnraisers
This barnstar honors those who worked smartly and tirelessly to feed the mass of hungry barnraisers during a Public Lab barnraising. This is also the first barnstar ever awarded, to Jen Hudon by Liz Barry on November 3, 2012. Total awarded = 1
Earthquake Bolt Barnstar
This barnstar honors those who initiated the use of Barnstars on the Public Lab Wiki. It has been awarded to Liz Barry by Mathew Lippincott on November 3, 2012, for shaking up Public Lab with Barnstars. Total awarded = 1
This barnstar honors those who display never-ending quantities of enthusiasm. It has been awarded to Don Blair by Liz on November 3, 2012, for demonstrating this face. Nearly two years later it was awarded to Benjamin Sugar by Amy Soyka on October 8, 2014, for their excessive use of animated GIF's in a research note. in 2018 @liz awarded one to @Souravirus for his multi-day Software Freedom event. Total awarded = 3
This barnstar honors those who keep the Public Lab servers going through natural disasters, enemy attacks, slashdotting, and people tripping over cables. It has been awarded to Dogi by Liz on November 3, 2012. Total awarded = 1
Board Meeting Barnstar
This barnstar honors those who thrive on Board Meetings and other administrative actions. It has been awarded to Shannon by Liz on January 26, 2013. Total awarded = 1
Dolla Dolla Bills Barnstar
This barnstar honors those who raised enough funds to fully cover the travel and food expenses for all the 2013 Barnraisers. It has been awarded to Shannon, Becki, and Liz by Bryan on October 5, 2013.
This barnstar is dedicated to those who have driven a Public Lab vehicle where no rental car should ever have gone or will ever be allowed to go in the future. It has been awarded to Mathew by Liz, Shannon, and Becki.
DRINK ALL THE GALLONS BARNSTAR
This barnstar honors those who bravely decided to buy 3 gallons of Daiquiri. It has been awarded to nobody by Bryan on October 6, 2013, because nobody drank all the gallons.
This barnstar honors those who use GitHub to file issues, comment on issues, or contribute code. It has been awarded to Jeff, Liz, Bryan, Chris, and Jessi by Bryan on October 8, 2013.
This barnstar honors those who were flexible throughout the looming hurricane that never came to be. It has been awarded to all attendees of the Barnraising 2013 on October 6, 2013.
The Empirical Barnstar honors those who employ rigorous real world observations to create and improve Public Lab tools and procedures. It was awarded by Jeff Warren to Chris Fastie and Brendan Duffy on Oct 10, 2013.
The Watchdog Barnstar honors those who successfully use open source tools to monitor and report industry pollution, and share what they have done so others may do the same. It was awarded by Jeff Warren to Scott Eustis and Karen Vale on Oct 10, 2013.
3d Printing Barnstar
The 3d Printing Barnstar honors those who model and produce new custom equipment for community science. It was awarded by Shannon Dosemagen to Dan Beavers on April 5, 2014, and by Pat Coyle to Chris Fastie on April 20, 2014. Liz awarded this to Mariko for printing 3d Public Lab boots on September 21st, 2014.
The Education Barnstar celebrates the dedicated knowledge-sharers who expand the understanding of community science to newcomers young and old. It was first awarded by Shannon Dosemagen to Dan Beavers on April 5, 2014 on the occasion of the New Orleans Maker Faire. Total awarded=1.
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###Display your barnstar
If you have received a barnstar, you can post a banner to your user page by pasting the following code on your profile page (might not work in Internet Explorer):
It will look like this:
The following code works better in Internet Explorer:
It looks like this:
###Create new barnstars
Post your idea here: http://publiclab.org/wiki/barnstar-brainstorm and discuss with the [organizers](/wiki/organizers)!...