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Human-O2

   Version 1.1.5.1  

GNOME Icon Theme

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Downloads:  36526
Submitted:  Dec 28 2008
Updated:  Feb 12 2009

Description:

Hello World

This Set was born firstly for my own gust. For his nice looking I decided to share my work for all humans in the world for comparing it with everybody. So I had to bring it to a better, smoother fusion of both Themes (Human [Ubuntu-Gnome] & Hydroxygen [Oxygen]) and in many details improved Version. I worked hard for it and I think I got a very nice and modern looking Human-Theme. The main colour is orange, but I think it's a nice colour and very fashion. Okay not for everybody, but always good looking on dark Themes ;)

*** Read the install-instructions on DeviantArt ***


Enjoy Human ;D




Changelog:

Version 1.1.5:

- Kubuntu-folders in perfect state
- new Totem-icon (in Human-O2-style and closer to the origin)
- Blocks-Wlan new style
- trying a new Bluetooth-icon
- some little details ...



License:
The licences of the "Deb-File" and the "menu.sh -Script" are GPL.
The licences of the Icons are GPL, CC sa nc, LGPL and many more (copiable and for non commercial use).
The licence of the "Human-O2 Collectors-Icon-Set" is GNU / GPL.


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 by schollidesign on: Dec 29 2008
 
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about my radical decisions.

1. It's a place of the whole worlds eyes. Why I can't administrate my publishing more. I can't delete unacceptable comments like Forums, Blogs ... do.

2. "bad- is not a play-Button" is not enough. Already it is used for different intentions like express a negative opinion or maybe like concurrence - Artist's do, for hold better works in the same state then this Artist's one. This voting-mechanism at this moment state is in gnome-look is a joke and beyond of fair.

3. I can't change my description in every moment without my publish appears again in the first line and updated. What is if I don't want it?

This are the most important three points I can't accept here and I think that this is something many thought too, but continued the game here and protested soundless. For me don't imports how much peoples download my publish or how they votes at moment. What is more important is that Artist's here finally get their rights they honestly earns for spending their free time and talents for all.

I give some examples I saw here:

"I worked really hard ..."
"Please let a feedback if you vote bad ..."
"Hope you like it ..."
"Why peoples votes me down? ..."

signed schollidesign


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 Re: statement ...

 
 by sethkha on: Dec 29 2008
 
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1) As you signed you accepted the rules of gnome-look.org . It's a basic feature to comment
2)Most of the Themes, Icons... voted "good" are good, although the voting mechanism sure is not perfect.
3)If you don't like it don't update.

This comment is not about your design, but you had feedback and that was not an "unacceptable comment". You deleted all older comments/started a new page just to erase the comments. As there where questions about security issues to, i think you can't be trusted.


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 by schollidesign on: Dec 29 2008
 
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I accepted pro-forma. I don't like gnome-look at this moment state in the good of all Artist's here including me. I really don't have a problem you don't understand my little own fighting for more Artist's-rights here. And I don't have problems deleting old published comments. How I say it's unacceptable for me leave some comments for the worlds eyes that can give bad ideas. So what you told about the "security-stuff ... not trusted" ... If you don't believe, so don't download it. Already is a simple regular tar.gz-Version there you can download if you don't wont believe in me ;)

About the voting-mechanism. It's more or less correct, but there are many manipulations in it ... the concurrence, evince and ignorance never sleeps. I prefer for example that you can vote only if you are logged in. So the voting-stuff is more fair play ;)


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 Re: Re: Re: statement ...

 
 by Gnomeingo on: Dec 29 2008
 
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Revolution? A little bit crazy :D but I think your right ;) I think too artists should have more rights here ...


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