Bug#526613: wiki.debian.org: offensive icon

2009-05-05 Thread Chris Bannister
On Sun, May 03, 2009 at 06:56:32PM -0700, Don Armstrong wrote: On Sat, 02 May 2009, Simon Raven wrote: I don't see why a stereotype of us should be used to represent community. I'm sure non-Indigenous people have communities too, and have a sense of community, why should we be made an

Bug#526613: wiki.debian.org: offensive icon

2009-05-04 Thread Don Armstrong
retitle 526613 possible cultural appropriation of tipi icon on wiki thanks On Mon, 04 May 2009, Simon Raven Côté wrote: That is not the negative aspect, it is that someone not of that culture is using the tipi icon to represent community. I.E., cultural appropriation. If the issue is cultural

Bug#526613: wiki.debian.org: offensive icon

2009-05-03 Thread Don Armstrong
On Sat, 02 May 2009, Simon Raven wrote: I don't see why a stereotype of us should be used to represent community. I'm sure non-Indigenous people have communities too, and have a sense of community, why should we be made an example in such a negative way? I'm not quite sure why an icon of a

Bug#526613: wiki.debian.org: offensive icon

2009-05-02 Thread Simon Raven
Package: wiki.debian.org Severity: normal http://wiki.debian.org/Portal/IDB?action=AttachFiledo=gettarget=icon-community-32x32.png The title attribute IDs it as Portal/IDB/icon-community-32x32.png. This icon is a) stereotyping so-called North American Indigenous peoples, and I would highly

Bug#526613: wiki.debian.org: offensive icon

2009-05-02 Thread Frank Lin PIAT
Hello, On Sat, 2009-05-02 at 04:31 -0400, Simon Raven wrote: http://wiki.debian.org/Portal/IDB?action=AttachFiledo=gettarget=icon-community-32x32.png The title attribute IDs it as Portal/IDB/icon-community-32x32.png. I am pretty sure that the contributor who chose this tent icon had no