[ubuntu-art] [WIKI] Defining the sabdfl aesthetic

Troy James Sobotka troy.sobotka at gmail.com
Sun Sep 17 03:29:55 BST 2006

I preface this by stating that this is all
reflective based work.  It is an attempt to 
develop somewhat of a picture as to what 
sabdfl prefers regarding aesthetic development.
You can also find a valuable thumbnailing of 
Ubuntu releases at our wiki:

Ultimately, sabdfl is the one we must please,
and therefore I provide you with a palette that
at least has thus far met some form of approval.  
I state this because it is gathered by assembling
the various discreet colours present in the 6.06
Dapper Drake release of Ubuntu.

While this is in no way officially endorsed by
sabdfl, one should be able to assume that it is
acceptable at least by the amount of inclusion
in the current distribution.


Notes thus far:
 * sab appears to prefer a monochromatic colour palette.
   Included on the page is a PNG and GIMP palette for 
   immediate development with GIMP or Inkscape.

Perhaps sab can provide some distinct "Do/Don't" rules
for future Ubuntu submissions.

Hope this helps someone in the final stretch.


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