[UBUNTU-ART] Stuff to do.
achampion at gmail.com
Fri Jul 15 17:07:12 CDT 2005
Probably the only time we're going to run into snags or roadblocks is when
the Art Team approaches its critical mass. It's quite easy to get 15
dedicated people to readily come to consensus on an issue than it is 50
semi-involved people. I completely agree with Aaron (who I am hereby dubbing
Aaron #1) on the thought that the general temperament of the Ubuntu
community should suffice in place of an organizational structure for now.
On 7/15/05, volvoguy <volvoguy at gmail.com> wrote:
> Yay, lots of new members already! Welcome all!
> It'll probably take at least a week to figure out who's here, who can
> do what, and what needs to be done. I've chatted with Andrew the most
> so far, so I know there's a lot work to be done converting his
> wonderful SVG icons into the various sizes of bitmap icons (png's
> actually) to be used throughout the the system. When I say "a lot of
> work", I'm mostly talking about good old time consuming man hours.
> Luckily the task only requires a knowledge of Andrew's conversion
> workflow and a good set of eyes. Any of us that consider ourselves
> graphic designers will be forced...er... able to get their hands dirty
> with this part of the project. Because it IS time consuming, it's
> probably going to be our first priority before we start working on fun
> stuff like backgrounds/wallpapers and making different color varieties
> of our default theme (Clearlooks).
> Andrew is either going to send out an email with details able the icon
> conversions, or he'll put it straight on the wiki. Either way, we'll
> definitely let you know when we're ready to have you fire up your copy
> of the Gimp. :o)
> Canonical is also giving our team our own server, so hopefully we'll
> have some sort of versioning system up and running in the near future.
> For right now, we just need to play the waiting game until things are
> a little more organized. While we're waiting though, KEEP TALKING!
> It's been said that our most difficult task is probably going to be
> voting and agreeing on things, but I'm really hoping our great open
> community will turn out to make this a non-issue. :o)
> If you're a wiki person, I haven't had a chance to go peek at our
> existing "art team" page. If someone feels like checking up on it and
> making sure the mailing list info is there, that would be great.
> Ubuntu SVG Artwork - www.volvoguy.net/ubuntu<http://www.volvoguy.net/ubuntu>
> Art, like morality, consists of drawing the line somewhere. ~ G.K.
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