On Wed, Feb 13, 2013 at 6:28 PM, Robinson Tryon
On Wed, Feb 13, 2013 at 4:31 AM, Camille Moulin
Le 12/02/2013 23:41, Robinson Tryon a écrit :
I've received pictures from both System76 and ZaReason. Both companies
were very polite and quite happy to help us out, and could provide
more material if needed -- such a pleasant exchange!
Ideally, we would need to have those under :
Would that be possible?
System 76 offered us their photos under CC-By-SA 3.0. I'll upload the
photos to the wiki after I grab a bite to eat.
If we need more permissive licensing terms, I'll see what else I can
dig up for you.
Okay, quick update:
- ZaReason provided us their pictures under CC0.
- I uploaded one of ZaReason's images to the wiki, but the other two
gave me an upload filesize error, which is weird because they're both
under 7MB and the wiki says it allows uploads up to 25MB.
- I uploaded all three of System76's images, however two of them are
not displaying properly (??)
- Copies of the emails granting us permission to use the images have
been filed with the appropriate people @ TDF.
Aside from the weird wiki wackiness, things are going well!
Oh, and you'll probably want this:
If you need any help editing-out icons/mfr names from the bezel,
please let me know. I'll get the other files uploaded once I track
down the wiki issues.
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