On Apr 17, 2006, at 12:18 PM, Carol Spears wrote:

my idea is that these people should get this stuff off from their

computers and get it working within the gimp project.  then, since gimp

is free and gpl, creative commons can get it, fix the problems and gpl

and cc can start to work together again.  or for the first time, i


Creative Commons are not the only ones involved in that list. I can say for certain that at least Inkscape is tracking that, and working on implementing things directly.

Sometimes, though, getting things that can be shared is the trick. As those get worked out, more assets can be. Inkscape, for example, has been able to read *.gpl palette files for a while now. And I know at least one of the Scribus developers who follows that list and implements things that make sense.

Anyway, I just wanted to point out that other projects are following that list, and if anything is done that makes the gimp happy, then there are people out here trying to make sure that other things "play nice" with it.

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