[CREATE] license for spec
cbradney at zip.com.au
Tue Feb 14 04:39:20 PST 2006
On Tuesday 14 February 2006 13:08, Andreas Nilsson wrote:
> Alexandre Prokoudine wrote:
> >On 2/14/06, Daniel James wrote:
> >> > I would like to propose that any distributable shared resources
> >>>produced by this project that are to be packaged by distros should be
> >>> covered by a Debian DFSG compatible license
> >>I totally agree - it would make it far more feasible to get a Create
> >>package into Debian, and also many of the newer distros are Debian based.
> >>On the other hand, if the Create package was not considered DFSG
> >>compatible, it would create a serious dependency problem for creative
> >>applications in Debian and its derived distributions, as those
> >>applications become more reliant on the shared resources over time.
> >I feel like loosing the thread. No single license was applied to
> >shared resources themselves. Original license for most of them is
> >either Public Domain or GPL (don't know for Tango palette).
> The tango palette is public domain. 
> Btw, we have been lagging behind with the Artlibre set  (icons and
> naming-spec) a bit now, as both Jakub and I have been busy with other
> stuff, but hopefully it will pick up speed soon again. If any of you
> know any artists interested in helping out, feel free to point them to
> #tango on freenode or the tango-artists-list 
That sounds great Andreas.. the Scribus project is certainly looking to use
some of the ArtLibre set to replace some of our outdated icons.
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