[ubuntu-art] Theme Team application addendum
neckenrode at gmail.com
Tue Aug 1 16:29:54 BST 2006
just wondering if there is an art team for Kubuntu or am I on the wrong list?
On Tuesday 01 August 2006 09:52, Mark Shuttleworth wrote:
> Frank Schoep wrote:
> > The full overview of Theme Teams is available on the following Wiki page:
> > https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Artwork/Specs/EdgyArtworkPlan/ThemeTeams
> > The Theme Teams will now start working on their themes and I've gotten
> > a few requests on using the main artwork mailing list for
> > communications with the community. There's been a proposal by Mark in
> > the past to create separate mailing lists for each Theme Team and I
> > think now is a good moment to decide on the issue and take action if
> > desired.
> It's great to see that activity getting more focused. On thing though,
> that page should definitely include an entry for Human, of course, as a
> theme team in its own right.
> Can I ask that we move forward with the specialisation of the mailing
> I propose:
> *ubuntu-art*: Policy discussion that is relevant to all themes, such
> as the best way to integrate each theme into its own packages, and the
> selection of themes for inclusion in a release, as well as updates and
> summaries from the AiC's and the Art Council. Relatively low traffic.
> *ubuntu-theme-human*: messages specific to the Human theme and icon
> set for the current release. Should not include proposals for radical
> changes, just continuous improvement on the direction set for the theme.
> *ubuntu-theme-tropic|dash|peace* etc: messages specific to the teams
> working on those themes.
> * ubuntu-art-discuss*: general chatter related to artwork in ubuntu,
> user submissions, new ideas, completely new theme suggestions etc.
> Any other ideas?
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