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Re: Round 3 theme and fedora-fr community

Yes... I'm in agreement with you Máirín... we can't have a NO.Licenses
Image inside Fedora... that it's completely free!

My question is... why now? There are user voting also Invinxible
theme... and are all lost. There were a licensing doubt over that
theme... why it's in the final round?

Anyway... in my opinion there are many photo "creative commons" that
shown us the invinxible theme origin...


On Tue, 2008-09-23 at 09:26 -0400, Máirín Duffy wrote:
> Luca Foppiano wrote:
> > I completely agree! Sometime I don't understand which is the real goal:
> > find *the best* fedora theme or do whatever to try to denigrate the
> > others?
> We have had egregious violations of copyright and image licensing in the 
> past, due to a misunderstanding of licensing and copyright law.
> A big reason for the Fedora art team producing its own work is that we 
> can be confident that the artwork in Fedora is openly licensed and 
> freely distributable. When artwork that is not properly licensed is 
> thrown into Fedora, it not only goes against the guidelines of Fedora 
> but it entirely defeats the purpose of us creating our own artwork. Part 
> of the stated purpose of the art team is to create artwork that can be 
> freely re-usable. Artwork that incorporates other works that have a 
> restrictive license cannot meet this goal.
> We are as strict on this license policy as any other team is strict on 
> code licensing. There is no special treatment here.
> I certainly hope a theme with questionably-licensed imagery does not win 
> the vote. If it does, I will be up all night every night this week 
> re-making the artwork to make sure our artwork can be Free. I am sick 
> this week so a series of late nights will not be good for my health.
> ~m
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