Build You Own Twemojis
This package allows you to create your own twemojis (the simple round, yellow ones). The package provides the command
\byoTwemoji which creates a TikZ picture based on the elements (eyes, mouth, ...) given to the command.
This package is based on twemoji 13.0.1.
The emojis and all derived graphics belong to Twitter, Inc and other contributors (Copyright 2019). They are licensed under CC-BY 4.0: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/.
Hence, attribution of the original work is needed.
I'm no lawyer, so take this section with a grain of salt.
As the emojis themselves are licensed under CC-BY they require attribution but are open to be distributed and modified anyway you like (which makes these packages possible). I'm not sure whether the attribution in the package's source code and in this repository is enough for a file (e.g. PDF) generated with this package to be covered as well (doubt it, really).
So, I see two different possibilities to attribute the emojis in a compiled document:
- Add attribution to the metadata of the document. For example with https://www.ctan.org/pkg/hyperxmp in PDF files.
- Add attribution in the document directly (e.g. on the last page of a presentation). For example:
- I consider this option to be the safest.
Emoji graphics licensed under CC-BY 4.0: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Copyright 2019 Twitter, Inc and other contributors
The LaTeX packages are licensed under the LPPL 1.3 or later License.
Copyright (c) 2021 Jost Rossel
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byo-twemojis – “Build Your Own Twemojis” with TikZ
This package provides the means to create your own emojis (the simple, round, and mostly yellow ones) from elements of existing emojis. The provided command creates a TikZ picture from the stated elements with multiple possibilities to modify the result in color and position.
|Licenses||CC BY 4.0|
The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3
|Copyright||2019 Twitter, Inc and other contributors|
2021 Jost Rossel
|Contained in||TeX Live as byo-twemojis|
MiKTeX as byo-twemojis