On 01/09/2016 08:25 PM, Jorge Araya Navarro wrote: > In my opinion, secularism is not neutrality (if that is what you mean by > neutrality), if you ask me, > it would be an unfair imposition on those parabolers who do practice a > religion as secularism holds > a set of doctrines about the world that are contrary to, i.e.: mine.
I'm catholic like you, however consider Ying Yang, star of David, Nazar amulet, cross for symbolizing an icon as "a symbol for all images"  is a non-impartial point of view, also sounds imperative for a software as GIMP that is being used for a lot of users with different point of views around the world, i think coadde means it, not secularism. Since GIMP is a raster graphics editor software, why don't use a symbol that represents it? (eg. ink brush or Wilber), you could create different ink brushes and/or Wilbers in one image for symbolizing an icon. Also that, coadde says "create a new one based on classic GIMP theme" isn't a bad idea too :) :https://git.gnome.org/browse/gimp/commit/icons/Symbolic/48/gimp-prefs-icon-theme.png?id=836cce83896cb47ef00458b5190d5f0a5e1acd5d
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