[Tango-artists] Questions about submitting stuff
simon at otter.se
Fri Mar 3 15:56:44 PST 2006
Andreas Nilsson wrote:
> Simon Otter wrote:
>> Well, I've made an attempt on creating an icon for the suite.
>> I tried to make it look as much tango as I possible could.
>> I just wanted to check if you guys had any opinions about
>> it and if it is okay, tell me how to submit it to CVS and stuff.
>> A suggestion for an user-offline icon.
>> Thanks in advance.
> Hello Simon!
> Nice work. The body look a bit inconsitent with the other user-icons
> ...do we have a bigger shot of these guys anywhere?), but other than
> that I like it. It is good that you use the same symbol as in the
> Ryan Collier did some experiments with shapes (circle, star etc.)
> similar to the status icons in google talk and ichat, I really like
> that idea and perhaps you can give that a try as Ryan seems busy with
> other stuff at the moment.
> As for adding stuff to the set, the easiest way to submit artwork to
> the tango-icon-theme or tango-art-libre is to do what you already did.
> Send a e-mail to this and provide a link to the artwork. CVS access is
> given to contributors that submit a lot of work and that the
> maintainer can trust won't screw things up (I got cvs access though,
> however I lost my ssh-key shortly afterwards...perhaps it was for the
> best :) )
> Also not that tango use the sizes 16x16, 22x22 and scalable, so you
> need to draw your icon in all three sizes.
> Thanks for the effort this far. Great to have more artists on board!
> - Andreas
Ok I have some prototypes ready, maybe they'll fit.
I'm on Windows right now so you'll have to live with evil zip.
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