Updated on October 24, 2015
Around 4 months ago, Benjamin Kerensa a mozillian colleague of mine, approached me to ask if I was interested to contribute with design in an upcoming open source app suite of his, tentatively named OpenGlucose. The project would aim to help people with diabetes, while being the only app of its kind fully open source.
At that time, I had my hands full with design gigs, conferences and university exams. However, creating logos is always great fun for me and neither too time consuming, so I was happy to take part.
Soon the ball started rolling and the great guys from the Numix Project joined the team, bringing on board experienced developers and designers with a special affection for open source. We released last week Glucosio 0.8.0, codenamed Noce and just yesterday 0.8.2 offering new tweaks and bug fixes.
I want to take a brief moment to thank all of the amazing individuals who helped us release Glucosio. Without your help we would not have been able to do it.
and the huge list of localizers and casual contributors also!
You can find more about the project on Glucosio.org. Glucosio is currently available for Android via the Google Play Store and F-Droid. The Amazon and Apple App Store will follow in the coming months.