simon.linimair at tricon-rfid.com
Fri Mar 3 06:44:03 PST 2006
On Fri 06-03-03 at 14:50 +0100, Rodney Dawes <dobey at novell.com> wrote:
> Also, I am not sure that you can include
> Cc-by-SA icons embedded in the binary as resources, which I presume
> you are asking as well, given that this is common practice. This is
> due to the derivitive works clause in the license. I am not a lawyer,
> but I believe that including the images as resources in a program
> would constitute a derivitive work. This at least seems to be the
> case for icons under the GPL, which has a similar derivitive works
> clause, requiring all derivitives to be GPL as well.
Thank you for your answer.
I haven't thought about the "derivative works clause" yet, so I am glad
mentioned the topic. My plan was to include some icons as resources,
but I think I will stay on the save side and won't use any tango artwork
But if I can be sure, that it is perfectly legal to include the icons
embedded in binaries as resources, I will probably use them a lot in
versions and other applications.
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