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Cataloguing & Converting Bluecurve Icons



Hi Everybody,

So with Diana's help, I've put everything we've got as far as Bluecurve icons up on my website:

http://people.redhat.com/duffy/icons/

The only ones not included here are the ones I've created or modified which I've put up in the fedoraproject.org wiki:

http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Artwork/BluecurveLibrary

I think there is a real need to catalog these, in an Inkscape-compatible SVG format, and make it easy for anybody to

(1) grab the artwork they need
(2) contribute changes / tweaks / improvements
(3) contribute new icons

As I create new icons, I'll be putting them in the wiki, but... I don't think that is especially scaleable, considering the number of icons we have. Does anybody have any ideas as far as how we can catalog these images nicely? Are there any FOSS photo gallery apps that maybe have revision control built-in?

My first thought is to simply set up a svn or cvs repo with a nice web frontend for people to browse & grab the icons... but I'm afraid setting up svn/cvs and learning all that crap will be a big barrier to entry for new artists. Maybe there is a web frontend for a revision control system that lets you upload new revisions from your browser?

Any ideas greatly appreciated :)

~m

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Máirín Duffy <duffy redhat com>
Interaction Designer
Red Hat Network :: Red Hat, Inc.
Westford, MA


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