From: Frank Karlitschek <frank@op...> - 2008-05-26 15:30:27
I'm running openDesktop.org, KDE-Look.org, GNOME-Look.org and other
websites for Free software.
I´m also a longtime inkscape user. I created lots of icons for KDE
with inkscape. :-)
I noticed that there is no real community site where Inkscape users
and developers can share drawing, templates, scripts, fonts,
screenshots, new ideas and other stuff. I know there is open clipart,
but it lacks the social networking functionality and other stuff.
So I created http://www.inkscapestuff.org . It is part of the openDesktop.org
if you have an account on GNOME-Look.org on any other website you can
There is also a public api if you want to fetch and integrate the
stuff into other websites or Inkscape.
I hope this is helpfull for you and the Inkscape users.
What do you think?
I you have ideas or suggestions how to improve the site please send me
On Mon, May 26, 2008 at 7:30 PM, Frank Karlitschek wrote:
> I you have ideas or suggestions how to improve the site please send me
> a mail.
I may have wrong impression, but the "Brainstorm" section somewhat
duplicates our "Blueprints" section at Launchpad. Other wise it's an
interesting except I have a better idea for templates management, but
lack programming skills :)
From: Frank Karlitschek <frank@op...> - 2008-05-26 18:21:32
On 26.05.2008, at 17:58, Alexandre Prokoudine wrote:
> On Mon, May 26, 2008 at 7:30 PM, Frank Karlitschek wrote:
>> I you have ideas or suggestions how to improve the site please send
>> a mail.
> I may have wrong impression, but the "Brainstorm" section somewhat
> duplicates our "Blueprints" section at Launchpad. Other wise it's an
> interesting except I have a better idea for templates management, but
> lack programming skills :)
I think you are right. I will remove the brainstrom category.
What idea do you have for template management?
Perhaps I can improve the current system. :-)
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From: Frank Karlitschek <frank@op...> - 2008-05-27 22:47:03
On Tuesday 27 May 2008, Yann Papouin wrote:
> Hello Frank,
> As a gnome-look user, I've created some icon in SVG stored in the "GNOME
> Icon" section where the svg source is available.
> Is there a way to see them on the "inkscape stuff website" without having
> to re-post them ? (like tagging them as svg, i don't know)
Well, the content category cliparts and fonts are shared between
gnome-look.org and inkscapestuff.org because they are usefull for inkscape
But the other categories are separated. I don't see a point in having a
wallpaper category on a inkscape website.
What do you think?
You can transfer content from other websites with a trick. Go to
gnome-look.org and change the category of you content to clipart or font.
Than go to inkscapestuff.org and edit the content again and change the
category to the correct section of inkscapestuff.org
> Same thing for a wallpaper ?
> eg. http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Babaorum?content=48742
> Anyway thank you for this great job, I love all *-look;*-apps websites
Thank you :-)
You can send me a mail anytime if you have suggestions how to improve the