[ubuntu-art] Getting something done

Matthew Nuzum newz at bearfruit.org
Thu Jul 31 18:42:44 BST 2008

On Thu, Jul 31, 2008 at 12:32 PM, Kenneth Wimer <kwwii at ubuntu.com> wrote:
>> I see your point. Just to make it clear what I meant at the first place,
>> the first hurdle is my lack of understanding on:
>> - what are the needed steps on the process I have read about on this list;
>> - what should I do after I have made (let's say) a gtk2 theme and I want
>> to contribute with it and it is uploaded on wiki site;
>> - what to read that is short and gives answers without having to read
>> couple of hundreds of posts mostly unnecessarily commented and off of
>> the original subject;
>> - and final to learn something what worked and no need to re-develop to
>> reach the goal.
>> These is the frame, these are minimal understanding on what it takes to
>> complete the target per my knowledge.

> If, however, we need an overview of the whole process, feel free to write
> away :-)

Just to be sure, if your questions are about creating art-work
packages, start with this:
(posted just a couple days ago)

If your question is about something else let the team know more
specifically what you'd like to do. Or if you're just suggesting we
write a book on how to participate in the art-team - it's a good idea
but will probably have to get done at a later time.

Sorry for being gruff in my previous reply.

Matthew Nuzum
newz2000 on freenode

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