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 Wallpaper contest!

 
 by arctic on: Mar 31 2005
 
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Hello everyone.

Yoper has started a wallpaper competition. feel free to participate. More info can be found on http://www.yoper.com in the forum section.

Have fun. :D


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 Metal4kde Snapshots!

 
 by timur on: Apr 17 2005
 
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Hey, the new screenshots of the next release of Metal4kde are now available on the project's web site http://metal4kde.usefularts.org/screenshots.html

Really great looking!


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 Re: Metal4kde Snapshots!

 
 by minkiux on: May 4 2005
 
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OOPS!!! 404 Error


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 Kde\'s global artwork

 
 by freeflight00 on: May 12 2005
 
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Well,
Sure some dudes will fire me... but one things i cannot understand since my first visit on kde-look (about 2/3 years ago) is the few differences and style used for the icons sets (for example).

All icons there look the same using a lot of blue, and glassy looks. It's amazing but miss some original content...

Well, i'm not enought good in graphics work and its quite easy to critisize but why there's so few differents style? I wish there'll be more some beos like, bitmaps icons or gnomish one...

KDE is obviously the best UI i've known but i cannot accomodate with so much colours and glassy style :( even if i respect the great elverado's work!


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 Re: Kde\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s glo

 
 by stic on: Jun 5 2005
 
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That's unfortunately true :( I have been using Gorilla and Wasp icons for really long time, altough I liked that "apple-look" at first. It would be great if someone ported some nice and warm Gnome-styles to KDE :)


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 Log-out image

 
 by kness on: May 14 2005
 
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Hi,

I have a question. Is it possible to change the image of the log-out screen? In KDE 3.4 it is a sleeping konqui. I did not find it in $KDE/share or other directories.


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 Re: Log-out image

 
 by thomas12777 on: May 14 2005
 
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place your image here: ~/.kde/share/apps/ksmserver/pics/shutdownkonq.png


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 Screenies done well!

 
 by amiroff on: Jun 9 2005
 
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Hello, this is a great site, wonderful contributions and ideas.

The first thing I want to stress here is that, I sometimes compare KDE and GNOME camps from different points of view. Now, there are many differences of course, but as this is a eye candy related forum, I'll stay on the basics: screenshots.

So everyone loves them right? But this is why our screenshots look worser that Gnome's:

1. Non standart themes are being used. I strongly recomment Plastic and great looking Qtcurve ( http://www.kde-look.org/content/pre2/24345-2.png )
2. Saturated colors ( http://www.cip.biologie.uni-osnabrueck.de/niehaus/kalzium-newui2.png ). Yes, pantone like colors do much better. Gnome example: http://martianrock.com/wp-content/theme-mockup/screenshot.png
3. Fonts. I am seing many screenshots with big Serif fonts in it, in titlebar, on widgets etc. Please use sans serifs and with smaller sizes, Bitstream Vera for example.
4. Drop shadows under screenshots. Yes, doing them might take some seconds and gimp power, but they really DO help.

Maybe some of you guys won't agree with some of the above statements, that's why I want to hear everyones opinions on this matter.

Thanks!


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 Re: Screenies done w

 
 by nuka on: Jun 11 2005
 
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this site isnt meant to show off kde to gnome users, its meant to show off kde to other kde users. standard themes and neutral colors should be used for documentation or on kde.org, but whats the point of having a screenshots section here in the first place if all our desktops look the same?


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 Re: Re: Screenies do

 
 by amiroff on: Jun 11 2005
 
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Well, I did not mean screenshots on this site, I meant screenshots at different KDE apps sites, planet site, personal blogs etc. They have to be consistent imho.


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 Re: Re: Re: Screenies do

 
 by leinir on: Jun 13 2005
 
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I'm really sorry to be the one to say this, but you do realise this is not a company, right? ;)

As for documentation and shots on the KDE homepage and such, there are strict guidelines, describing fonts, window decoration, colour scheme, widget style, icon set and just about everything else.


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 Re: Re: Screenies do

 
 by mytharak on: Jul 9 2005
 
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I agree. Part of the fun of using KDE is that you can make it anything you want, and then show it off to others. What works for you might not work so well for someone else. One man's eye-candy can be another man's eye-sore.


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 Art and GPL

 
 by pogo730 on: Jun 18 2005
 
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My question is this. When I create a piece of art for use as a wallpaper, splash screen, kdm theme, etc..and post it on here under GPL lisense what rights do I retain? Am I essentialy electronically signing away my rights to the image? I know that with GPL the author is always given credit for the work, and credit when versions of it modified by others are posted. But does a copywrite come in to play? Or there is no copywrite? Not to stop others from changing it as long as credit is given, but to protect it as being claimed someone elses work, or being sold for profit? Also I see other lisense choices availible on here like, LGPL,Artistic 2.0,QPL,Proprietary,etc.. I am espcially curious what the Artistic 2.0 is? Any help would be appreciated, I'm not looking for giant confusing descriptions..just brief summarys


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 Re: Art and GPL

 
 by thomas12777 on: Jun 19 2005
 
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No, there's no "copywrite", but a lot of "copyright" ;) (scnr) I'm not sure about licenses like Artistic 2.0, but GPL basically means: 1. You are the copyright holder and you can fight for your copyright legally (at least in Europe, German courts have confirmed the GPL several time, i assume US government would like to forbid it :( 2. You must deliver a copyof the GPL (you can also provide a translated version, but the english original MUST be included, the translation is legally worthless) 3. You must provide access to the sources, wheter in your package or on request (i think for images that may be an xcf file? dunno GPL was designed for software) 4. You ensure the licensetaker that he can do whatever he wants to do with it, but 5. If he want's to publish his modifications it MUST be under the GPL (he may sell it, but must provide sources) and he MUST refer to the basics (->you ;) > Not to stop others from changing it as long as credit is given, GPL explicitly allows this >but to protect it as being claimed someone elses work, GPL explicitly forbids this > or being sold for profit? yes he can, as long as he respects the GPL (think of Linux distributors like SuSE etc.)


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 Re: Re: Art and GPL

 
 by charliebabitt on: Jun 22 2005
 
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The question that I have is. There are lot's of beautiful icons themes licenced under GPL. When I now want to create a commercial, closed source program am I alowed to use the icons (with giving the author a credit). I don't change the icon in anyway, just use the file and display it e.g. on a button. Is this allowed or not?


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 Re: Re: Re: Art and

 
 by nuka on: Jun 25 2005
 
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yes, it is allowed.

but if you are making an app for kde, you should make it use kde's icons instead of your own custom set. that way it will integrate better.


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 Re: Re: Re: Art and GPL

 
 by blaster999 on: Jun 25 2005
 
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No. You cannot link a proprietary app to anything GPLed, even artwork. That's why all official KDE icons are LGPLed (the only difference is that they can be linked against a non-GPL-compilant software).


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 Art

 
 by eean on: Jul 22 2005
 
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You don't link againist graphics, if they stay as independent files on the computer there really isn't any problem. And if you use SVG icons but distribute them as PNG, you have to have the SVG available. Well, probably... you at least should have them available morally. :)

Really GPL & LGPL probably aren't the best for artwork. For icons it makes sense, just to not muddle up the license of the GPL software. But for backgrounds etc. I don't really see the reason. Seems like one of the Creative Commons ShareAlike-Attribution licenses would make more sense.


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