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Nino
@omninonsense
Hey, peeps!

I noticed you guys changed the licencing a bit with the new release for 2016 (from CC-BY-SA to CC-BY). You've also updated the attribution guides (which was a brilliant idea, by the way). For a non-law-savvy person like me there seem to be a few conflicts that should maybe be clarified. On the licensign page, in the introduction paragraph, it says:

Our emoji graphics are free to use for any project, commercial or personal, under a free culture Creative Commons License (CC-BY 4.0). Proper attribution (link back) is required for the rights to use our emoji. View our attribution guide for details.

However, firther down the page, in the .attribution__heartmsg element, it says: "Personal or non-commercial use of our emoji do not require attribution."

I'd like to put proper attribution in the README of my project ( https://github.com/omninonsense/jekyll-emoji/), however I am not sure what I should put. Isn't the "user" of the Emoji One in my case the end-user, so they should attribute also? Is there any chance developers can get a valid snippet of text to include in their projects?

mikebe11
@mikebe11
@omninonsense I see your point about the text can be conflicting using the word personal in two places. I will suggest a revision there to clear that up. The bottom message in .attribution__heartmsg should probably read "Personal or educational..." and the top maybe "...commercial or non-commercial". The editor will decide that. You're correct for your library, the user is the end-user. If they use your library for an attributable project then they are required to include attribution to us under the license terms. I think your message in your README is sufficient. You do credit us, mention that the art is licensed and provide a link to the license/attribution details. Technically I don't believe you need any more as you're not offering our art in your repository and it's use is optional in your library. I would change the CC-BY-SA-4.0 in your readme to CC-BY 4.0 and also change the final line to "...license can be found on http://emojione.com/licensing/" That should do it. Thanks for checking on this and bringing that text to our attention.
Nino
@omninonsense
@mikebe11 Thanks for pointing out that I should change it to CC-BY 4.0. I think this is a left-over from the previous license—or maybe I just botched it, and put the wrong license to begin with. I was planning on changing that link too, but I forgot (Oops!), thanks for pointing it out.
Michele Olivo
@bud-mo
@omninonsense The license-cards page is a good idea, I love it!
@omninonsense But, what about the webapps? Is more like a WebSite, Desktop App or what? In ZeXtras We love emojione and We want to give the proper attribution for the great work ;)
Nino
@omninonsense
@ZxBud I'm not sure. I think a webapp would fall into the desktop app category, but maybe I'm wrong.
mikebe11
@mikebe11
@omninonsense You had the correct license to start with. It was CC-BY-SA-4.0 up to version 1.5.2
mikebe11
@mikebe11
@ZxBud webapps would most likely fall under the Desktop App category. After a quick look at the ZeXtras chat module it appears to be kind of a mixture of the app & website categories. The mention on the chat webpage is certainly good. A slight modification of that with one of the linked attribution phrases found on the licensing page should cover the basic requirement. Let us know if you need assistance with it. You can also contact us through the form on our site. We appreciate you choosing our collection for your product.
Nino
@omninonsense
@mikebe11 I updated the README, so I think it should be OK now. :grin:
Nino
@omninonsense
BTW, are there any special requirements to be added to the Integrations section on the developers page? I'd like to add my gem—which I am not sure that it even qualifies to be put there, since it's just a gem—since I believe it's better than most other similar gems (yeeah, yeaah, I know it sounds pretentious :yum:)
mikebe11
@mikebe11
@omninonsense Sorry, I gotta check my gitter notifications b/c I don't remember getting one for your last message. Not too late though. We haven't worked on the Integrations section yet but still have our rolodex on http://emoji.codes/rolodex Send us details on your gem if you want it considered for that in the meantime, either here or through the emojione.com contact form. As long as it's relevant we have a section to add it to.
Tony Miller
@mcfiredrill
taco emoji coming soon?
May Kittens Devour Your Soul
@diomed
@mcfiredrill it better come along with Deadpool emoji, or else :D
mikebe11
@mikebe11
@mcfiredrill it's already available. under the food category... http://emoji.codes/family
f-scheuer-ssp
@f-scheuer-ssp
Hi, I have a small issue that might be a dealbreaker with my users... ;)
We introduced Rocket.Chat that makes use of emojione. However, our users complain about the "too happy" default emoji ":)" – so I'd like to change the mapping to :slight_smile:.
Can anyone provide help in this? AFAIK, Rocket.Chat makes use of the meteor integration.
So I changed the mappings hat I found in two files: emojione_emojione.js and emojione_emojione.js.map. Would that be the right place? Unfortunately my changes did not have any effect so I'm not sure if that's me or Rocket.Chat or emojione... ;)
mikebe11
@mikebe11
@f-scheuer-ssp We don't provide support for Rocket.Chat so we can't help there. But for our JS library all you need to do is to change line 26 from ':)':'1f604', to ':)':'1f642',
f-scheuer-ssp
@f-scheuer-ssp
@mikebe11 thanks – just wanted to be sure that I changed the right line! :smile:
biezhi
@biezhi
hello~
Kamparano
@Kamparano
What do you think of an Esperanto flag? I can think of quite a lot of people that would use it, and because of the Regional Indicator Symbols you could have 🇪🇴 (EO, 1f1ea-1f1f4) appear as something like this, that I put together: flag
It would be quite easy to add I believe.
Michele Olivo
@bud-mo
Is Esperanto a country?
@Kamparano Is Esperanto a country?
Grygorii Shcherbiak
@gshcherb_twitter
hi guys, first of all big thanks for the work done, great set of emojis! quick question - git repo seems to be missing 2 category svgs for DIVERSITY and UNICODE9 icons. I am looking here https://github.com/Ranks/emojione/tree/master/assets/other/category_icons. If they are in some other place could you point me to it? thanks!
Casey A Henson
@caseyahenson
Hi Grygorii, we do not have the icons for either of those categories in there, typically diversity is handled using the skintone modifiers (like in our Chrome extension) and unicode 9 is somewhat of a temporary category while it is still new. I will go ahead and add those in there for you by the end of the day though.
Grygorii Shcherbiak
@gshcherb_twitter
thanks a lot, really appreciate that! :)
Kamparano
@Kamparano
@caseyahenson How could I add an emoji flag (the Esperanto one) in a personal fork so I can see it rather than just EO when people I know use that to represent Esperanto?
So that 🇪🇴 would appear as the flag I posted earlier.
mansouralex
@mansouralex
Hi all, What is the best way to make the Emoji smaller? I'm using SVG Sprites at the moment. Thanks.
(((oyyman)))
@Oyyboy_twitter
I'm not sure how to add emojione to a dynamic page tbh...
caijinlin
@caijinlin
hello, I encountered a difficulty
is emoji compatible between android and iphone ?
Wadie
@wadie
@caijinlin Good question, I'm working on a hybrid app and would like to know if it's compatible
Colin Hong
@googlercolin
How do I import the emoji font into Xcode?
It also seems that when I install the font onto my Mac, it conflicts with the local default copy provided by Apple. Is there a separate font name you provide so that the two fonts do not have the same name 'Apple Color Emoji'?
Mark Coates
@oddlyzen
Hellos around everyone. 😋
Michele Olivo
@bud-mo
Hello everyone, I have made a PR (Ranks/emojione#435). I have removed the short reserved keyword as variable name.
Yan
@alvindaiyan
guys, when I use the 2.2.6 version of emojione, i get <img class="emojione" alt="😄" src="//cdn.jsdelivr.net/emojione/assets/png/1f604.png?v=2.2.6">
any ideas?
Eric Eastwood
@MadLittleMods
@alvindaiyan What are you expectign to get instead?
Yan
@alvindaiyan
@MadLittleMods should it be src="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/emojione/assets/png/1f604.png?v=2.2.6"
mep253
@mep253
Is there a way to localize at least the "section titles" in the emoji-dropdown, e.g. "Food", "Smileys & People", "Recent" and etc.?
Casey A Henson
@caseyahenson
@alvindaiyan if you're referring to the unspecified protocol, that's something we did fully address in the 3.0 release by explicitly setting https for all CDN references
@mep253 are you referring to localizing the categories.json file that we distribute in the emojione repo? You mention emoji-dropdown which sounds like it may be part of another project
muhammet ali petek
@malipetek
Hi, check my pen which i managed to convert ascii on the go, http://codepen.io/malipetek/pen/YVExRK
And a question, is it annoying to convert :D to :smile: ?
muhammet ali petek
@malipetek
I meant converting on the go not to different emojies
Bjarne Gerhardt-Pedersen
@Moelgaard85
Hello. I noticed a huge perfomance problem when using the shortnameToUnicode function on iPhone 5. Is this problem known? Anyhow I can solve this?
cirrus
@cirrusUK
!whois cirrusUK
create ~/Documents/dmoji.txt with emojione emojis and all good, theres also a python script for use with rofi, https://paste.xinu.at/N95d/ if you dont know what dmenu && rofi are then disregard my rantings.