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<font face="Ubuntu">Hey all<br>
We'll welcome non photographic wallpapers just like we did in the
last release although I'm not convinced that the Prateek's example
is the way to go, not least because it doesn't feature the proper
Circle of friends or logo type but also because it's adorned with
Adidas logos and was clearly created as part of another campaign
A wallpaper should try to be clean, simple and elegant. Someone's
going to look at it for a long time. If no one's going to step
forward then I'll happily run the process again. Let me know and
we can get a blog post out this week to kick things off!<br>
On 05/07/11 08:50, EldiS wrote:
<pre wrap="">So this time it's only about photography, right? No graphically
manipulated / designed from scratch, wallpapers?
Heh, this sounds to me rather as a step backwards, not forward. But
ok, I respect decision, whoever is responsible for this one.
Ubuntu direction just continues to seem so wrong to me, in this last few months.
Anyway, good luck with new wallpaper contest. Count me not for this one. ;)
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