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Hello Shawn,
 
Hello Shawn,
 
welcome to the inkscape wiki! I have seen your pictures. They look good. :) If you are willing to publish your drawings as public domain, you could upload them to the openclipart.org library of free clipart. You are welcome to work on this wiki. I have seen, that you know how to use the wiki. (maybe from working in the wikipedia?) Happy new year! --[[User:VonHalenbach|SvH]] 16:20, 31 December 2007 (UTC)
 
welcome to the inkscape wiki! I have seen your pictures. They look good. :) If you are willing to publish your drawings as public domain, you could upload them to the openclipart.org library of free clipart. You are welcome to work on this wiki. I have seen, that you know how to use the wiki. (maybe from working in the wikipedia?) Happy new year! --[[User:VonHalenbach|SvH]] 16:20, 31 December 2007 (UTC)
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* Ah, no.  openclipart.org is for Public Domain only.  Any work I release is for non-commercial use only.  Of course, I may place other restrictions on it.  Check each individual work for its license.  I figure, if somebody else is making money with my work, I'm entitled to a piece of the action.  This is called royalties :)  --[[User:Shawnhcorey|Shawnhcorey]] 21:32, 24 January 2008 (UTC)

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Hi,

This is the place where you can post comments to me or comments on my works. I will try to respond in a timely manner.

Please post you comments below.


Hello Shawn, welcome to the inkscape wiki! I have seen your pictures. They look good. :) If you are willing to publish your drawings as public domain, you could upload them to the openclipart.org library of free clipart. You are welcome to work on this wiki. I have seen, that you know how to use the wiki. (maybe from working in the wikipedia?) Happy new year! --SvH 16:20, 31 December 2007 (UTC)

  • Ah, no. openclipart.org is for Public Domain only. Any work I release is for non-commercial use only. Of course, I may place other restrictions on it. Check each individual work for its license. I figure, if somebody else is making money with my work, I'm entitled to a piece of the action. This is called royalties :) --Shawnhcorey 21:32, 24 January 2008 (UTC)