Re: Logo contest - `MUST be manipulated entirely in the GIMP'
Jim Pick wrote:
> > I noticed the following restriction:
> > The image MUST be manipulated entirely in the GIMP
> > Now, for a GIMP contest I'm sure this is appropriate. However, it is
> > not appropriate for the Debian logo. If I wish to submit an entry
> > which I have produced using some other software (free or for that
> > matter not free) I should be allowed to do so.
> > Furthermore, it is unenforceable.
> So what?
> If it's a good logo, it can be redraw in xfig, or whatever...
> If I draw a logo with pencil and paper (the best way to design a
> logo), and scan it using the Gimp, I think that ought to qualify.
I wonder what the underlined word means in this context... If I
would be responsible for the rules and if I had to disqualify, a
scanned image would be disqualified, also an imported and rendered
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