Hi, continuing the discussion from Upcoming UI Release:
How exactly are the icons from the Noun Project used, and where are the files physically? I tried finding them out of curiosity, and to help me understand the project structure. I searched /home/frappe/frappe-bench/… for *.png and *.jpg files, but it wasn’t obvious which files, if any, were from the Noun Project.
My motivation is also to understand how I can confirm legal requirements of included projects have been met. I am implementing ERPNext in a large organization, and will face legal questions when I move implementation beyond a proof-of-concept skunk-works project.
It seems from the Noun Project website that project icons are licensed individually by the designer, although it seemed a “commercial commons with attribution” license was generally available. How can I know which files have been taken from the Noun Project, and also that each of their license requirements have been met? E.g. Is there an attribution list I have missed somewhere?
What is the general plan for documenting compliance? Not being able to demonstrate compliance can be a show-stopper for me (it will be, if only someone asks and I don’t have a complete and concise answer).
On a possibly related topic, could you please clarify the current strategy for the User Guide. There is an invitation to submit pull requests, but the link to the source files (content?) is not correct now.
Thanks so much for ERPNext, I am constantly amazed by its functionality, the team obviously has a good intuitive grasp on enterprise system requirements to have made so many inherently-correct design decisions!