[ubuntu-art] Alternate Natty Wallpaper Proposal

John Baer baerjj at gmail.com
Tue Dec 14 10:23:09 GMT 2010

On Mon, Dec 13, 2010 at 1:22 PM, Сергей <shnatsel at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello everyone,
> I want to add my two cents because I've been a wiki admin for 1,5 years,
> and there are established and time-proved traditions of handling proposals
> and making decisions. I'll try to provide a summary of them:
>    1. Every collaborative task must be proposed to wider audience and
>    accepted or declined by the community.
>    2. It must be absolutely evident that a proposal is just a proposal and
>    may be changed or declined. As a consequence, it must not be located in
>    production namespaces (read: keep it in personal )
>    3. Decisions are made by reaching consensus of opinion, not by voting.
>    4. Admins have absolutely the same authority in making decisions as
>    non-admins do.
> I'd be very happy if this is accepted for Artwork team as a rule.
> Regarding the initial topic, I think it's insane to have one pool for
> photos and illustrations alike. They cannot be judged in the same way nor
> compared; it's like comparing meters and kilograms.
> And I personally think that increasing community presence in default Ubuntu
> installation is great. A pick of top community themes (probably different in
> every release) also would be a perfect addition to look and feel of Ubuntu.
> One more thing. I doubt Canonical will endorse or not endorse this
> initiative. If I were Ivanka, I'd wait and see what it turns out, and then
> decide if any of these wallpapers make their way into default installation.
> Either way they must be at least available as a package from universe
> repository.
> Respectfully,
> --
> Sergey "Shnatsel" Davidoff
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>  +1

Thank you,

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