Looking for SVG collection

Máirín Duffy duffy at redhat.com
Fri Jan 5 20:22:10 UTC 2007


Hi Paul,

Paul W. Frields wrote:
> This is slightly OT, but hopefully I'm hitting the right knowledge
> base. :-)  I'm looking for a high-quality SVG icon collection that shows
> desktop & notebook computers, firewalls, RM servers, etc.  First, I am
> trying to identify the collection I've seen used in many online and
> print media, seen here:
> 
> http://www.axigen.com/img/axigen-environment.jpg
> 
> I'm almost certain I've seen RHM use this collection as well.  I'm *not*
> certain it's SVG but I really hope so.
> 
> Failing that, can anyone recommend an comparably elegant SVG collection
> I can use for an upcoming presentation?

Hmm, two of those icons certainly appear to be derived from Bluecurve 
(the computer towers, look like the bluecurve ones) but the laptop, 
brick wall, full system, etc. I've never seen before.

Andy cleaned up a bunch of the Bluecurve icon sheets a while back, 
converting them to SVG and making it so that they'll open up in 
Inkscape. You might find them useful - they're available at:

http://people.redhat.com/duffy/icons/icon_pngs_svgs/bluecurve.zip

If there are any things you really need that you can't find on the 
sheets (I suspect the brick wall might be one of them?) let us know. I 
would certainly be willing to whip together some icons to fill the gaps.

Another option you have is to use the networking icons included with 
dia. They're stored as .shape files under /usr/share/dia, but if you 
open them up in dia and export as SVG you'll get SVGs. They're not as 
nice-looking as the Bluecurve icons, though.

~m




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