[games_access] Updated logo designs for Games[CC]
j.chetwynd at btinternet.com
Fri Jun 9 13:04:12 EDT 2006
if you release files in SVG they are far easier to repurpose than
that is make small or large changes. This helps 'standardise' popular
symbols such as home.
Public domain is the least confusing copyright statement, apart from
again it helps people repurpose, a search for dojinshi may explain
the benefits of others copying your work...
your fame as author spreads, as others use your images.
http://www.peepo.co.uk/index.svg has example RDF embedded in the SVG
On 9 Jun 2006, at 17:47, Reid Kimball wrote:
Why do you suggest I release the logo to public domain? I'm not
against the idea, I'm simply not sure what the benefit would be, other
than to stick it on a website and link back to my
gamescc.rbkdesign.com site, which is what I hope people do, like
On 6/9/06, Jonathan Chetwynd <j.chetwynd at btinternet.com> wrote:
> Are these images released into the Public Domain?
> Have you considered saving and releasing as SVG, assuming they were
> created using Illustrator or another SVG authoring tool?
> you can include a creative commons copyright statement in the files
> with SVG.
> Jonathan Chetwynd
> On 8 Jun 2006, at 17:51, Reid Kimball wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've got some more final versions of the logo for Games[CC].
> I hope to put them into my website tonight or this weekend at the
> latest. I'd also like to try and get other peope to put the smaller
> logos on their site, to show support and help spread awareness.
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