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Donating Icons

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supermike's picture
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Joined: 2006-02-17

Occasionally one of the things I do is waste precious time drawing icons. It's a diversion from coding, and then I get back to coding. If I've drawn something original from scratch, and I want to donate it to the public domain, especially for Linux and GNOME, where do I submit it?

For instance, it bothered me that no one seemed to have an "IDE" icon that made you think of integrated development environments instead of things like fish or furry animals. So, I drew one that looked sort of like the IDE screen, but only prettier.

libervisco's picture
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If you have SVG sources of that you could submit it to http://www.openclipart.org Also there are sites like http://www.kde-look.org and http://www.gnome-look.org where you can also submit any art, themes and icons you've made and get feedback as well.

Cheers

free-zombie's picture
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Joined: 2006-03-08

My first guess would be kde-look or gnome-look. those are places that people who make icon themes are likely to check...

AndrewB's picture
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I have always tended to go

I have always tended to go with just the default ones, except I went for the tango ones on my laptop. But only cause I hear about them from here

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