[ubuntu-art] Wasp community theme

Lorem Ipsum lrmpsm at gmail.com
Thu Mar 4 08:35:01 GMT 2010

Wasp is extremely configurable, i'll change some defaults settings to
limit damage

I'll also rename Wasp to Wasp-Murrine as in community-themes package,
this resolve a conflict with gnome-themes-more package when people
install Wasp from gnome-look

thanks for your attention

2010/3/3 Andrew SB <a.starr.b at gmail.com>:
> On Tue, Mar 2, 2010 at 5:56 AM, Lorem Ipsum <lrmpsm at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Dear Ubuntu Artwork Team,
>> I'm glad that you have put my theme (Wasp) in "community-themes" package but...
>> Wasp is not a normal theme, in the way you have packaged it Firefox
>> doesn't work properly and OOo doesn't work at all.
>> Both apps need a script to patch them.
>> I don't know how to solve this in a .deb package and this is the
>> primary reason i've not yet created a PPA for Wasp
>> If you have any suggestion please let me know
> Hi Lorem,
> I added Wasp to the package as we are coming up on the user interface
> deadline and wanted to make sure we included some new themes in the
> package. I assumed that by including the theme on the wiki in
> Artwork/Incoming/Lucid you were putting the theme up for inclusion.
> Unfortunately, the sort of things done in your install script aren't
> really some thing we can support in a distribution package. Though the
> problems that Wasp encounters are pretty common for darker themes. New
> Wave also has work arounds for some of these issues which we can't
> provide, but can be grabbed on GNOME-Look.
> I'm certainly willing to help you push any tweaks to the theme that
> you'd like to see into Lucid to help cope with these issues. If you
> feel that the user experience is so poor that it mis-characterizes
> your theme, I can pull it from the package if you prefer that.
> Let me know if there's any way that I can help.
> Sorry!
> - Andrew
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