Please do not nominate users for awards here. Instead, please be bold and give an award to the user you have in mind using the templates listed on pages such as WP:*, WP:WPPA, WP:ORA and WP:PUA. Thanks!
A lot of work has been done over the past several months by many editors to expand and improve articles on the Presidents of the United States and their presidencies. I've created (and uploaded to Wikimedia commons) a barnstar—the POTUSbarnstar—to recognize those making significant contributions to these articles, and wanted to share it with you, and ask that it be added to the barnstar list. Cheers. Drdpw (talk) 20:05, 8 August 2017 (UTC)
Looks okay for the WikiProject awards list. It does feel very narrow scoped though -- presidents for one country; may be expand to US politicians in general or something? The disc could be a bit bigger. — HELLKNOWZ ▎TALK 19:03, 10 August 2017 (UTC)
The Running Man Barnstar already exists as a barnstar for sports in general, so making a barnstar for sports specifically related to women seems somewhat redundant. (If sports actually is a large enough category that it should have sub-category barnstars like the proposed one, I would suggest adding this barnstar as well as one for sports specifically related to men, but I don't think that sports is a large enough category to warrant sub-category barnstars, so I would rather not add this one.)
If the reason for making a new barnstar is that The Running Man Barnstar contains the word "man", and that that somehow excludes women, then I would suggest the following: Rather than making a new barnstar just to have a different name, Template:The Running Man Barnstar should gain a gender parameter like the one at Template:The Working Wikipedian's Barnstar, allowing The Running Man Barnstar to be written alternatively as The Running Woman Barnstar or The (gender-neutral equivalent) Barnstar.
Please let me know if you have any questions about my comment.
 does not seem to be the intended use, is it? --Hob Gadling (talk) 07:26, 16 October 2017 (UTC)
I've seen various editors do this, I doubt that we can do much about it (unless there's some related policy I ignore), at least those are not signed (if they were signed by other people it could fall under impersonation)... It's probably much less rewarding than when receiving an award from someone who appreciates our work. I think that there are tasks where every participant is entitled to an award, I wondered for an instant if the first wasn't of that type, but unlikely, considering the large scope of the second one. —PaleoNeonate – 15:29, 16 October 2017 (UTC)