|[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]|
Am 04.12.2011 19:41, schrieb gespertino@xxxxxxxxx:
CC-BY-ND-NC would also be incompatible with free Software, since it should be able to be refined (changed) and even used for commercial purposes.Update: Gabriel replied in a private mail stating that sRGB and CMYK swatches have no relationship between each other, and that license is CC (BY-ND-NC). I just got the e-mail after sending my previous reply. Regarding the missing sRGB/CMYK relationship, I can't see there's a "system" here. And that backs my theory about the swatches being created by cherry-picking device-dependent colors. I can't see why this "system" should be better than any other palette. Regarding the license, it's the most restrictive CC and it's certainly not free-software compatible. I'm not an expert here and I don't know how palettes relate to the host application, but I guess there is a problem with that too. At least to distribute it as part of GIMP or any other free software package. _______________________________________________ gimp-developer-list mailing list gimp-developer-list@xxxxxxxxx http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gimp-developer-list
I must also question the sense behind this "systems". The colors that i used in successful projects aren't even present inside this pallets. I really have to question their use cases. Some pallets make sense to me, others aren't usable at all. This one? I can't really imagine to use it for any purpose, since the natural colors i repeatedly use aren't present.
_______________________________________________ gimp-developer-list mailing list gimp-developer-list@xxxxxxxxx http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gimp-developer-list
[Home] [Video For Linux] [Photo] [Yosemite News] [Yosemite Photos] [Yosemite Book Store] [gtk] [GIMP for Windows] [KDE] [Scanner] [Memory] [GEGL] [Gimp's Home] [Gimp on Windows] [Steve's Art] [Webcams]