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Fedora 14 Theme: concepts feedback

English

Design team has kicked off concepts for Laughling release theme quoted: Something that can illustrate the emergence concept, like multiple objects combined to create a new one (more complex).

Feedback (refer to this guide) is needed until the deadline which is July 30, 2010. Current list of concepts (be in mind they are not final for the release) and newest version will be added until July 6, 2010:

  1. Background Concept - Kyle Baker
  2. Floral Mosaic - María "tatica" Leandro
  3. Atomos - María "tatica" Leandro
  4. Wires - Jayme Ayres
  5. Concept - Mythcat
  6. SecConcept 2 - Mythcat
  7. Concept Kyle Blender - Kyle Baker
  8. Concept01 - H. Height


Français

L'équipe Design a commencé les modèles sur le thême de sortie Laughling: quelques choses pouvant illustrer l'émergence des concepts, une combinaison des objets multiplies créant un nouvel objet voire complexe.


Les critiques sont nécessaires jusqu'à écheance du 30 juillet 2010. La liste des concepts courants et récentes (ajout jusqu'au 6 juillet 2010) sont publiés ci-dessus.

Comments

I love fedora and I think they're doing a great job on the being innovative as far as technology goes, but they really need do something about cleaning up the way the distribution looks. It hurts to say this but OpenSUSE, Ubuntu and some other distributions have done quite a good job of making their distribution look good, and offering complete themes. I still find missing icons here and there some really bad spacing... and just a general sense of no uniformity on the desktop. It feels hackish. Just my thought on a whole.

The wallpapers are great.
Cia W said…
I like 'floral mosaic' and now it's on another page so I forget if that was #2. The others were somewhere between 'meh' and worse, imho. :-) How do I vote? I found this blog post from AdamW's blog in my feed reader.

When I went to the design team page I didn't see anything that looked like 'vote' and under current projects (Release artwork) it mentioned Fedora 12. Maybe I'll look on the forums for an easy path to vote...

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