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The OpenAtom Foundation has officially released the OpenHarmony logo. With this new logo, the HarmonyOS open source project has been given a new identity, as it continues to grow in China and in the global market.

Along with the logo, OpenAtom Foundation also launched a co-build roadmap to reveal development plans for this open-source operating system code project. This includes exemplary software development, academic institutions, and independent developers who will contribute to the OpenHarmony community.

The Project Management Committee (PMC) also encourages co-build entities and individuals to make other recommendations regarding system architecture and capability development.

OpenHarmony logo design:

The OpenHarmony logo can be identified by a closed circle. More co-build units and developers are represented by the large circle, while co-build units and core developers are represented by the small circle.

Developers are grouped around OpenHarmony and cooperate to grow the OpenHarmony ecosystem since they are all in a concentric circle. This showcases their unity and solidarity to prose OpenHarmony.

  • More co-build units and developers – great circle
  • Heart of co-construction and promoters – small circle

Objective of the Open Atom Open Source Foundation, co-construction and developers:

The OpenHarmony open source project has made notable progress and has seen steady green funding thanks to the combined efforts of the Open Atom Open Source Foundation, the OpenHarmony Working Committee, co-build units, and developers.

OpenHarmony has attracted over 40 core warehouse code developers and over 2800 community contributors, and now ranks #1 on the Gitee Activity Index.

It has become a vital component of the global smart terminal operating system market with 14 software distributions, over 1.6 million community users, over 87 million global downloads, over 78,000 code submissions and over 60 development boards/modules.

(Source: Openatom)


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