[Clipart] OpenClipart 0.04 browsable
hashashin at gmail.com
Wed Jun 30 08:43:56 PDT 2004
Áki (I hope this is the correct way to write it)
I agree with you, these classes are all bad :)
Subcategories is interesting. We don't need to have only one level,
and we don't need to have a tree (we can have graph).
Finally, I continue agreeing that first we need ad-hoc classes, going
on with the images we are getting.
Your effort searching these classes can be usefull, too.
On Wed, 30 Jun 2004 15:23:23 -0000, "Áki G. Karlsson" <aki at akademia.is> wrote:
> Here are some categorization examples from other clipart sites. These are
> worse than font sites with regard to ads, popups, circular references and
> hidden alliances, but I guess we all must live somehow...
> In my opinion these are all bad. The first one doesn't make sense with
> categories Animals and then Dinosaurs... The second one is way too ad-hoc
> (content based), and makes no sense at all. The third one is simply to
> big... while the subcategories are a fine idea, the number of top level
> categories is overwhelming... IMHO
> Just to revisit the topic...
> Still, I think we should just go ahead with ad-hoc categories for now...
> Best regards
> from http://classroomclipart.com/:
> Culture and Communities
> Leisure and Recreation
> Nature and Environment
> Textures and Backgrounds
> from http://www.free-clipart-archive.com/
> Bears, Birds, Butterflies, Cats, Cows, Dinosaurs, Dogs, Dragons,
> Elephants, Fishes, Frogs, Horses , Mice, Monkeys, Penguins, Pigs, Rabbits,
> Reindeers, Snakes, Spiders, Other Animals
> Business & Money
> Construction & Tools
> Holidays & Fun
> Birthday, Christmas, Halloween, Easter, Fun & Party, Mother's Day, New
> Year, st. Patrick's day, Valentine, Wedding
> Home, House
> Flowers, Winter
> Office & School
> Babies, Body Parts, Children, Men, Women
> Angels, Christian
> Basketball, Bowling, Cheerleading, Football, Golf, Volleyball
> Airplanes, Cars
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