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I know its been a good while since I've made a post, but that just tells you how good linux is
Anyways, I am a developer of a Content Management System (CMS) (won't state the name unless asked, as that might be seen by a moderator as spam) and frankly we need some good icons we can use. The CMS is open source, and licensed under GPL. We need icons that can be freely distributed with our CMS, without any worries of copyright infringement. All icons used will be credited with links to their respective authors.
Are icons that are licensed under LGPL or GPL okay to use for this purpose? If not, what kind of license do I need to look for? If so, are the icons that are found at kdelook.org with LGPL or GPL license ok too?