On 15 Apr 2012, at 12:24, Benny Malengier wrote:



2012/4/15 Tim Lyons <guy.linton@gmail.com>

I would like to add the icons for gtk stock icons (e.g. stock-edit
etc.) How should I do that? Should I upload the icons from my copy of
gtk, or should I make a reference (in Template.Icon) to the gtk icons
on some website (I don't know if I can do that). Is the copyright on
the gtk icons correct for uploading to the wiki?

Copyright of gtk is GPL I think. Tango icons are creative commons. So we need to attribute.
If you upload to the website, in the comment/text, add the attribution and the copyright of the image. Normally you find it also in the svg in the properties of the file (in inkscape you can see it).

I can't understand how to find out what the attributions and copyright of the images is.

This page:
http://developer.gnome.org/gtk/2.24/gtk-Stock-Items.html
has the icons on them but the only copyright on that page is Copyright © 2005‒2011 and I don't know whether that applies to the text or the images and there is no statement on how the images can be used!

How do I tell which is Tango, and which is gtk?