[ubuntu-art] Where's the official proposed theme idea?
sam7.ubuntu at gmail.com
Fri Dec 21 23:32:02 GMT 2007
2007/12/18, Ken Vermette <vermette at gmail.com>:
> Got the link, and thanks to Racoqster for the quick post on the blog. I
> know about every language BUT python, so I can try to learn python this
> weekend and assist in coding later if absolutely necessary; Would it be
> possible to work without the configurator?
> The Wiki has been updated to include a mockup with all current elements -
> and links to the SVG source and XCF source are directly below the image.
> I'll be downloading some themes that resemble mine (in their technical
> composition) and start to figure out how we could get this beast into a live
> environment! The XCF source is almost useless, but it can make life easy if
> anyone wants to make a mockup with icons & text.
> The large mockup doesn't include the most recent requests (several of
> which will be integrated), but it gives the closest impression to what a
> full desktop would look like right now - barring the lack of widgets.
> Thanks all;
> -- Ken V
> On Dec 17, 2007 7:51 PM, Iacopo Masi <iacopo.masi.list at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 12/17/07, Ken Vermette <vermette at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > There's go GTK yet, currently most of the work is going into mockups.
> > I need
> > > to get ahold of the Murrine Developer Andrea Cimitan, and see about
> > getting
> > > information on the Transparent GTK tweaks before I start making the
> > mockups
> > > live graphics.
> > Cimi will release the code when a Murrine Configurator should be
> > available so we must work towards the murrine configurator in pygtk.
> > take a look at
> > http://www.cimitan.com/blog/2007/12/16/searching-coders-for-the-murrine-configurator/
> > --
> > Iacopo Masi
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