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$ for i in $(cat keepingbeautiful-list ) ; do
sudo /usr/local/bin/award-badge --user $i --badge keepin-fedora-beautiful-f20;
done
Add automatically-awarded badges
Add badge assets to Pagure
Add badge to https://badges.fedoraproject.org/[badges.fedoraproject.org]
Add manually-awarded badges
After pushing the badge, do some last checks to make sure the badge pushed correctly. Make sure the page is viewable and double-check that it is categorized correctly in the https://badges.fedoraproject.org/explore/badges[badges index].
Anyone with write permissions to https://pagure.io/fedora-badges[fedora-badges] can push badges. Pull requests can also be used. Only members of the `sysadmin-badges` FAS group _and_ xref:add-tahrir-admins[admins of the web interface] can add badges.
Architecture
Award a badge to a specific user.
*award-badge*
Award "badges" to Fedora Contributors
_Awarded via fedmsg rule_: YAML file with rules is present
Badge artists and badge developers should push design assets (`png` and `svg` art) and rules (`yaml`) to the https://pagure.io/fedora-badges[fedora-badges] repository.
*Badge ID*: "ID" of the badge you want to award.
See the xref:manually-revoke-badge[section above] for how to find a badge ID.
Badge metadata
badges-web0*, badges-backend0*
Change directories into `bin/` and run `export.sh`. This creates a STL file for the badge and moves it to the correct place.
Check the `README` file in `bin/` for more info about the script.
Click _Create badge_ to create new badge
Click the _Admin_ link in the UI