Owen (Thursday, 24. March 2011) > On Thu, 24 Mar 2011 13:54:08 +0200 > Michael Grosberg <grosberg.mich...@gmail.com> wrote: [...] > > 1. There are two folders, both with XML files: XML and SRC. I > > understand XML is the one files are built from, and SRC is the > > one GIT uses to fetch files. But how do the two interact? do I > > copy files manually or is there some tool or script to update > > one or the other? In other words what is the work process here? > > I am pretty sure this is all controlled by the Makefile. have a > sqizz if you are happy reading that stuff Yes, English is a special case (no po/pot files), the files are just copied when you type e.g. 'make html-en' or 'make xml-en'.
> > 2. UI screenshots: Do you have a preference for the theme used in > > the screenshots? The wiki says screenshots should use the > > "default theme" but is it the Gnome's or Ubuntu's default theme > > I should be using? Gnome's default is Clearlooks, right? > > I am pretty sure what is meant here is that the "Default" is that > set out in the preferences under themes, > .../share/gimp/2.0/themes/Default I think you are right. But IMO it's much more important which OS and (under Linux) which desktop manager is used. IMHO we should use distribution-independent (default) themes - e.g. Gnome's default theme rather than Ubuntu's. > > 3. I intend to replace the astronomy images used in the quickies > > with images more representative of something a normal user would > > use, everyday objects such as cars, animals, plants, tourist > > attractions and if I find the right subjects, people. These are > > good looking images I took myself, but I want to know if I need > > to do anything rights-wise, you know, do I need to explicitly > > release them under the GPL or CC or what have you, and if I do, > > how do I do it. > > Too hard, Ulf or Roman may help here. I wonder if we won't get a copyright problem if the images are replaced... And even if not, shouldn't we show respect for the original author? Ulf -- Daß Götter stets nur in Menschengestalt kommen, hat noch keinen Gläubigen nachdenklich gemacht. -- Karlheinz Deschner
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