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Firefox & Thunderbird icons


KDE Icons

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Firefox & Thunderbird icons

Link:  http://
Downloads:  33567
Submitted:  Jul 6 2004
Updated:  Jul 7 2004


The guy that hosted the original Firefox & Thunderbird icons was caught by mozilla and forced to take them down. I however have put them back up, and was smarter about it, but I wont say how. *cough*fake info*cough* I managed to retain the 2.3 install instructions:

How to install 2.3:
This theme can now be installed by simply extracting the tar.bz2 file into
either $HOME/.kde/share/icons/hicolor or
$HOME/.kde/share/icons/crystalsvg or if you want to install it
systemwide (making it available even to gnome)
into /usr/share/icons/hicolor or appropriate directories in your kde
installation (/usr/kde/3.2/share/icons/hicolor on gentoo).

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 Well done..

 by unholyness on: Dec 13 2004
Score 50%

I dont know where I should stand morally, but I have been looking for good icons for firefox for a week. These are currently the best icons out there.

Thanks, keep up the good work. What app did you make those in if you dont mind me asking?

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 copyleft != freedom

 by IPStifles on: Dec 25 2004
Score 50%

I applaud the individual who re-posted these icons. They're substantial improvements of the official images and are being freely shared for others to use with Firefox and Thunderbird. Any claims of real harm being done here are without merit.

Copyleft advocates claim to be using the copyright system in order to make ideas more free than traditional copyright licenses have allowed for, but in practice these people often stoop to the same childish game of this-is-mine-not-yours that made the notion of traditional copyright so unappealing to copyleft advocates in the first place. The irony of this seems lost on most, but it's not surprising to me since the legal basis of copyleft is the logically and ethically flawed philosophy of copyright. You can't build a house of sharing on a foundation of oppression.

The recent open source licensing craze has turned the landscape of ideas into even more of a minefield than it was before, injecting more bureaucracy and legal ambiguity. If we truly value the spirit of sharing and the freedom of information and ideas, public domain is the ethical superior to copyright/copyleft and is the only rational means to achieve these ideals.

If the collective copyright trance that our minds have been captive to remains unchallenged, revocation of the rights to artificial monopoly (copyright) and the full restoration of the public domain are not likely to be legislated in the foreseeable future--and so it must be fought for instead. It will take many acts of civil disobedience large and small (even as seemingly trivial as re-posting these icons) to progressively awaken more people until the time is right for this change to occur. As it stands, millions of people already violate copyrights every day and are at least peripherally aware that ideas and information are fundamentally different from physical property, and that illegality is not the same thing as immorality.

-- IPStifles

I love the smell of copyright violations in the morning. Smells like... freedom!

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 tell me:"why..?"

 by mfriedrichs on: Aug 3 2005
Score 50%

they should be happy, having good responses like that, and not to worry about any imaginary open-source related rights. *shook_head*.

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 alt site

 by ItsTheSource on: Apr 27 2006
Score 50%

You can also get the thunderbird icon from the creator: http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/2938367/

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 I love them

 by WhiteHotaru on: Jul 1 2006
Score 50%

These are the best icons around. MUCH better than the official ones. I am using them quiet a time now and the fit perfect into every modern KDE iconset.

Debian testing/unstable KDE 3.5.3
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