[Tango-artists] Icon ideas for gnome-color-manager
hughsient at gmail.com
Tue Oct 27 16:37:02 PDT 2009
I've started a little project called gnome-color-manager. It's
designed to be a central place to install ICC profiles, assign ICC
profiles to devices, and manage all colour workflow in the GNOME
desktop environment. It'll also allow you to calibrate using a one
button click mechanism sometime in the distant future.
Anyway, I'm in need of a GPLv2 licensed project icon. At the moment
I'm using video-display, which kinda sucks in lots of ways. Ideally
it would be a very colourful icon with some notion of colorspaces,
brightness, contrast and that sort of thing. I'm also keen on not
having just a monitor with some detail, as gnome-color-manager has to
calibrate input devices like scanners and output devices like printers
to be even slightly useful.
Anyway, ideas and suggestions for icons please. I'll need 16x16,
22x22, 32x32, 48x48 and scalable versions. A preview version of
gnome-color-manager will be licensed under GPLv2 and will be released
in a couple of weeks time.
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