[Clipart] Pre-release Package for 'openclipart'
nicu at apsro.com
Wed Jun 9 01:42:22 PDT 2004
Bryce Harrington wrote:
> I've gathered together all of the submitted works to the website, added
> niku's most excellent work, and placed them into a new CVS module called
> 'openclipart', available from our CVS repository.
my mistake: i should have informed you that i reorganized my images and
created some new categories, like "jigsaw"
(http://nicubunu.ro/clipart/?gallery=jigsaw) and "symbols"
(http://nicubunu.ro/clipart/?gallery=symbols), also my scope is to
eliminate the "misc" category (http://nicubunu.ro/clipart/?gallery=misc)
- now only 3 images are left in it.
also i plan to kill "special" by redistributing images in other categories
many images suffered some improvements (IMO), so a resync is needed.
i provide now all categories as separate tarballs:
http://nicubunu.ro/clipart/tarballs/ as well all images in one single
> Here's a listing of the categories:
> 2d_geometry callouts flowers LICENSE.txt road_signs_uk
> 3d_geometry clock folders logos road_signs_us
> animals coat_of_arms food misc smileys
> arrows computer fruits misc2 special
> barcode computers games office sports
> batchsvgtopng CVS graph_paper people tools
> birthday drinks halloween plot_graphs toys
> body_parts electronics happy README
> books flowcharts landscape road_signs_scandinavia
IMO, we should integrate some categories, like "birthday" and my "happy"
(make them parts of a super category?)
also, we have now categories like "folders" and "books" - i provide too
a folder image and two books in my "office" category. the same for
"tools" and probably other
and how about duplicate names? i have (not yet uploaded) an ant image.
obviously named "ant.svg", but there is another one already in "animals"
> These categories include a total of 556 files.
well, after adding my new "jigsaw" and other few new images, it will
increase to over 600
> The reason I have 'computer' and 'computers', and 'misc' and 'misc2' is
> because niku's work included a README.txt that I wanted to keep
> associated with the stuff he submitted, whereas for the other items the
> authorship and licensing was less obvious. I would appreciate it if
> someone could investigate this issue and figure out a better solution.
you can kill my README and unite the folders, it was intended only to
specify "Public Domain", until we solve it inside the SVG file
> Those who can access the CVS, please review and submit any corrections
> to me. I plan on doing a release within the next few days.
at least my images suffered a heavy reorganization, so probably you want
to review it and update images for release
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