Do we presently have a press-kit or branding repository for GIMP? If not, I
suggest we make one for this purpose.
I have some materials I've made over the years and would be happy to
include those in it for public use in publicity campaigns like the one our
friend here is running.
For example, I made a vector version of the latest GIMP logo, and a 3D
The alternative is to have people google image search and scrounge up
whatever they can find (and they might find the wrong thing, like the
developer wiki Wilbur with the helmet).
I say, let's provide them with a set of high quality materials for GIMP
On 22 Jun 2015 1:59 am, "Gez" <lis...@ohweb.com.ar> wrote:
> El dom, 21-06-2015 a las 16:29 -0500, Apollo D. Sharpe, Sr. escribió:
> > Gez,
> > Thank you for your reply. My question isn't really about using the
> > actual program itself or anything dealing with the code. My question
> > really is about permission to use screenshots from the program,
> > linking
> > back to your homepage, & linking back to your help page assets. I'm
> > asking for permission to reference your web assets from our website.
> I don't think that requires permission.
> Using application screenshots is a fair use (as long as they don't
> depict anything objectionable or illegal, I think). Linking back to the
> official site gimp.org is a good thing too, you're sending your users
> to the place where the actual project lives and where its official docs
> can be found.
> As C R just said, I'm also curious about the details of your project.
> Just out of curiosity :-)
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