Ive been using git and github to store my electronics projects, I noticed there were no “made with kicad” badges so I just made my own. Is there a better one out there that someone else has made or am I stuck with the plain text one that I created?
That appears to be for the board itself, not a badge. I guess it could still work. I was wondering if someone had a made badges that match the other github badges.
Do you have an example?
My google search came up empty…
Something like these?
I really have no clue
What format, size, look does it need?
I’m sure I can whip something up and put it under CC-xyz to make it usable by all.
Really if you’ve ever seen a GitHub readme.md there will usually be badges. I linked to one above, but usually they say things like “open source” or “made with arduino” or whatever. So when people read the readme file they can get information at a glance and know how it was made and see other features. For a reference you can take a look at a small project I’m getting done with here: Github link
If you scroll down you will see what I mean.
Yes the link provided is exactly what I mean. Sorry I couldn’t see the README on mobile.
Hm, interesting that the open source badge doesn’t incorporate the open source logo I find the most common:
What are the ‘rules’ for those github badges btw?
Anywhere one could read up on this…?
On the website I linked I can only see one, where the actual symbol extends outside the badge.
All others are just plain text as you have already created.
I assume it has something to do with the fact that GitHub is mostly for software and not hardware. I was unable to find any hardware related GitHub badges.