EOS screenfetch and neofetch

Here are the end results.

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Great ones :smiley:

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Lovely !
Would you please share in comprehensive steps and words how you managed to come to that ?

May another one be interested doing this !

Blessings !

I prefer the screenfetch ascii logo. Good job!

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Hi UncleMez

It started with converting the logo to ascii on this site:
http://www.glassgiant.com/ascii/

Then it’s just a lot of editing / tweaking to get everything sized / scaled to fit.

Check this post to see how it progressed:

I agree. Screenfetch has more color choices, especially purple for the center area. Neofetch has fewer color choices. No purple.

Also, I have to say Thanks to @joekamprad for submitting the artwork / paperwork to the screenfetch and neofetch devs.

So, as soon as that goes through, we can all fly our very own EOS “flag” in the terminal. :smile:

Great work @keith !!
I was trying to make this last week but got stuck with the screenfetch-code. :sweat_smile:
I used another image I think and another ascii-converter:


and got a slightly wider logo… just for reference it looks something like this:
                                   (                       
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                         ###///////////////###             
                       ###(//////////////////##            
                      ###/////////////////////###          
                    ####///////////////////////####        
                  ####///////////////////////////###       
                #####/////////////////////////////####     
              ######///////////////////////////////####    
            ######//////////////////////////////////####(  
           ######///////////////////////////////////(##### 
         ######//////////////////////////////////////######
       #######////////////////////////////////////////#####
     ########/////////////////////////////////////////#####
   ########//////////////////////////////////////////######
 /########///////////////////////////////////////////######
     ####//////////////////////////////////////////########
       #####################///////////////////########### 
      #################################################

I configured the converter to 30 characters wide but obviously there are more characters in a row.
So again: “Great work!” There’s more to a nice screenfetch-logo than image-converting and a little copy+paste. :+1:

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