[ubuntu-art] Announcing Project Kyūdō

Giuseppe Pennisi giupenni78 at gmail.com
Mon Sep 22 11:05:31 BST 2008

Il giorno dom, 21/09/2008 alle 22.15 +0200, Thorsten Wilms ha scritto:
> Hi!
> While the theme team process seems to work very well now, I think we
> could do better. My allies and I would like to push things towards a
> solid design process.
> One that starts with the question what it actually is what we want to
> achieve, what our message is and who we are addressing. Goals we can
> agree on and that will lead us through the design, helping us to
> collaborate in a larger team in a meaningful way.
> A process that will lead us out of the shadows of purely personal
> opinion and hidden assumptions towards the light of reason.
> A process where we will not jump unto the first idea, but develop and
> test several designs for each little part. Where we will not restart on
> the next cycle, but build upon the existing. Continuous refinement.
> One that will offer anyone a chance to learn about design in a deeper
> way and that will show onlookers that we are damn serious while we enjoy
> the ride!
> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Artwork/KyudoGuidelines
> Please read through it carefully. As you can see, it is by no means
> complete. That's where you come in! All content, all questions and
> suggestions can be discussed right here. Consider to start new threads
> for specifics. Tell us how you think and feel about this!
> -- 
> Thorsten Wilms
I agree. I think that is the right way to improve Ubuntu.


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