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  1. Format: https://www.debian.org/doc/packaging-manuals/copyright-format/1.0/
  2. Upstream-Name: MATE Icon Theme
  3. Upstream-Contact: Martin Wimpress <martin@mate-desktop.org>
  4. Source: http://git.mate-desktop.org/mate-icon-theme/
  5. Files: src/*.svg
  6. menta/*
  7. mate/*
  8. Copyright: 2009-2013, Perberos <perberos@gmail.com>
  9. 2009-2013, Steve Zesch <stevezesch2@gmail.com>
  10. 2009-2013, Stefano Karapetsas <stefano@karapetsas.com>
  11. 2002-2008, Ulisse Perusin <uli.peru@gmail.com>
  12. 2002-2008, Riccardo Buzzotta <raozuzu@yahoo.it>
  13. 2002-2008, Josef Vybíral <cornelius@vybiral.info>
  14. 2002-2008, Hylke Bons <h.bons@student.rug.nl>
  15. 2002-2008, Ricardo González <rick@jinlabs.com>
  16. 2002-2008, Lapo Calamandrei <calamandrei@gmail.com>
  17. 2002-2008, Rodney Dawes <dobey@novell.com>
  18. 2002-2008, Luca Ferretti <elle.uca@libero.it>
  19. 2002-2008, Tuomas Kuosmanen <tigert@gimp.org>
  20. 2002-2008, Andreas Nilsson <nisses.mail@home.se>
  21. 2002-2008, Jakub Steiner <jimmac@novell.com>
  22. License: LGPL-3+ or CC-BY-SA
  23. Files: po/*.po
  24. Copyright: 2002-2008, Free Software Foundation, Inc.
  25. 2003-2004, THE PACKAGE'S COPYRIGHT HOLDER
  26. 2006-2008, Rosetta Contributors and Canonical Ltd 2008
  27. 2003, Mətin Əmirov
  28. 2008, Pavel Šefránek <ps@pjoul.cz>.
  29. 2004-2005, Adam Weinberger and the MATE Foundation
  30. 2002-2009, The GNOME Foundation.
  31. 2009, Rosetta Contributors and Canonical Ltd 2009
  32. 2007-2009, The MATE Project
  33. 2003-2005, Sharif FarsiWeb, Inc.
  34. 2004, Ignacion Casal Quinteiro.
  35. 2003, G Karunakar
  36. 2005, Vijay Kiran Kamuju
  37. 2007, Swecha Telugu Localisation Team <localistion@swecha.org>
  38. 2004, Gurban Mühemmet Tewekgeli and
  39. 2007, Mate i18n Project for Vietnamese.
  40. 2005, Canonical Ltd.
  41. License: LGPL-3+ or CC-BY-SA
  42. Comment:
  43. Assuming dual licensing as found in COPYING file.
  44. Files: .github/issue_template.md
  45. .tx/config
  46. AUTHORS
  47. COPYING
  48. ChangeLog
  49. Makefile.am
  50. NEWS
  51. README
  52. TODO
  53. autogen.sh
  54. configure.ac
  55. index.theme.in.in
  56. po/ChangeLog
  57. po/LINGUAS
  58. po/POTFILES.*
  59. po/gnome-copyrights.txt
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