> We'd be happy to have contributors to the new official theme. This is the
> reason of my opening this thread. :-)
> You are welcome to check the master branch and propose some of your icons
> (or newly made) for the missing icons, or even propose different icons for
> the existing symbolic ones if you believe you have a better symbol to
> represent a function. Just make bug reports with your proposed icons.

I want to be clear I am not trying to force you to use my theme.  I just
wanted to enter the conversation and let you all know people seem to really
like my theme.

We had a problem (or at least an uncertainty) about the CC by-sa license.
> If I remember correctly, this is because we are embedding icons within the
> main code. Well at least for what we choose to be the default icon theme,
> but since we may want to make the symbolic theme the default theme at some
> point (though I am personally not set on this), we don't want to block our
> future choices.
> So that means you'd have to relicense as GPLv3. But since you say that's
> no problem below, well that's good.
> See the FSF answer to our question about GPLv3 - CC by-sa compatibility
> here:
> https://mail.gnome.org/archives/gimp-developer-list/2013-October/msg00112.html

I can release the theme in what ever license works best for you all.

Using SVG icons directl would be very interesting, in my opinion to handle
> dynamically many different kind of screens.
> If all platforms are not perfectly handled though, I guess this will wait
> until all main platforms are fully working with vectorial icons.

It works very well. but I agree that it has to be for all platforms.

I'm not sure we should have too many themes. A dark and a light seems a
> good deal to me. If people wants more choices, they can always search and
> download (or make their own). The goal is not to suit each and every one's
> need, because it is impossible (there is always someone who is not happy
> with the default). So we should just propose a few sane choices, and let
> people with more specific needs install other themes.

I understand that.  I was pointing out that I think it would be better to
separate the icons out.  My themes has 350 icons because a lot of them have
two states. Not everyone likes that, so they will use a theme will 175
icons.  This is a lot of icons to include with each theme. Granted most
people will pick one and stick with that, but if they try out multiple
themes with varying icons/backgrounds the amount of icons can get very high
very quickly. where as if users were able to pick out an icon theme they
like and experiment with the background it could be very cool.

This is how it works in GIMP 2.9 (and 2.10). Old themes with icons set in
> the gtkrc simply won't work, I believe.

Oh cool! I have not ran 2.9 in some time.  I know that my theme will have
to have a major over hall on account of moving from GTK2 to GTK3.

Checking the page, it does not seem you are the author of the icons (you
> are citing various people). Are you? If you are not, or not the only one,
> you'd have to ask permission to everyone who participated for the license
> change. You cannot do it on your own (if that is your case).

Yes I am the author of all the icons I cited the people who helped me out
with making my theme. When I started I knew nothing about GTK themes when I
started and the people I cited helped me understand how they work, gave me
ideas and all that.  I have permission to license this theme as it is my
theme.  I made the icons and wrote the gtkrc files, these people just
helped me understand them.

Jesus is my Lord and Savior. Praise be unto God for giving us a way to live
with him.

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