[ubuntu-art] Where's the official proposed theme idea?
vermette at gmail.com
Fri Dec 21 03:00:12 GMT 2007
I also go by "Ken #2" or "Ken B"; but if another Ken whose last name is
like, "Bernard" or something, I'll go by "Ken C" or with my last initial
"Ken V". But not "W", that's taken. Hope that clears things up. :P
But yes, Ken is right (No the other Ken, wait, no, yes, no... "Mr.Wimer");
This isn't by any means or stretch the official theme, even though a few
websites have promoted it as such. It's just a concept theme.
With all that in mind, I'm updating the theme wiki for 3.3, and it should be
up by the time everyone figures out what to call me.
-- Ken ("A", "B", "C" or "V" but not "W")
On Dec 20, 2007 9:32 PM, Kenneth Wimer <kwwii at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Just thought I should clear something up. This work is not the "official
> theme". Also this is another person who happens to be named Ken making
> theme (nice name, dude!) and although I do find several parts of it
> intersting it is in no direct sense the future of Ubuntu or what we will
> in Hardy.
> Having cleared that up, I like you palette and use of colors although I do
> get the feeling of that in the mockup you sent other than the colors at
> On Friday 21 December 2007 02:51:14 Andrew Laignel wrote:
> > To be honest I am not particularly keen on the current incarnation of
> > the offical theme so far. I find most of the themes based on brown to
> > overly dark - although this may be more personal preference. I like
> > light, bright themes and find the trend of brown on brown a bit
> > claustraphobic at times. The themes buttons are also a bit too similar
> > in design to Vista for comfort.
> > Putting my money where my mouth is I have created a mockup for a brown
> > based theme that still keeps the spirit of Ubuntu (I hope) but uses
> > large amounts of contrasting and light colours. It's just
> > quick-and-dirty and lacks the majority of the required controls, but
> > hopefully it'll demonstrate what I mean.
> > http://wiki.ubuntu.com/Artwork/Incoming/Hardy/Alternate/Kerberos
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