[ubuntu-art] Quick question for the WIKI regarding the range of what constitutes a "theme"

Salane Ashcraft salane89 at gmail.com
Fri Jul 11 00:03:42 BST 2008

On Thu, Jul 10, 2008 at 6:59 PM, Kenneth Wimer <kwwii at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> On Friday 11 July 2008 00:48:57 Brian Fleeger wrote:
>> >From: Salane Ashcraft <salane89 at gmail.com>
>> >
>> >Honestly, there is one Canonical person who decides what goes in, and
>> >that is Ken. Mark has the final say so.
>> >As soon as I get more proposals, We will formulate a unified list,
>> >create a mockup, and the themes will create the theme.
>> >
>> >There really will not be competing concepts.There are things we are
>> >looking for, and things users want, so it is more effective if we work
>> >towards one common theme using the guideline/discussion
>> >mockup/discussion theme creation work flow.
>> Sounds good.  Will the Art Team community be privy to critiquing the final
>> theme dev process, or will it be Canonical internal?
> All final decisions on the default artwork are Canonical internal. I Still
> think that several teams could work on themes as they want and (at least) one
> team could work on ideas for the default artwork although they need to know
> in advance that only some ideas are realizable and the not everything will
> get in, perhaps due to something as simple as an opinion.
>> One more question: is Intrepid going to integrate a "main panel" look
>> instead of the now-traditional three menu system (application, places, and
>> system)?  If so, would ideas for its appearance and layout also be
>> something up for Art Team design input?
> Until now, code-wise and style-wise the same menu system will be used in
> intrepid as before.
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Thanks Ken. Haven't seen you on here in a while!

Salane Ashcraft
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