[ubuntu-art] Current Community Theme and a Good Read
Troy James Sobotka
troy.sobotka at gmail.com
Tue May 1 03:51:17 BST 2007
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Simon Hough wrote:
> Another point to maybe mention, since it has been leaked that Dell will
> be using Ubuntu on new PC`s sold
> will there still be the same community involvement?
What is discussed in this thread is a community theme. There has been
little community development through the rather... uh... impressive
history of Ubuntu art and design, so I wouldn't see why that would
change now. Further, it isn't really a concern.
> I don't want
> to see everyone working exceptionally hard and then it not making the
> cut even though the final
> product will have an exceptional look and feel.
It's the nature of the beast. If it is satisfactory, I am pretty sure
we can get it into the repositories.
That said, at this juncture, no one has worked exceptionally hard on things.
Worry about getting something out. Stallman has worked _exceptionally_
hard to get Free Software into the world, and you don't hear him crying
foul. Finally, 'exceptional' is a bit of a stretch possibly. How about
we get _something_ done by the community as a whole?
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