tthurman at gnome.org
Sat Oct 11 00:52:07 BST 2008
Ysgrifennodd Mark Shuttleworth:
> Thomas, has there been any discussion about creating a standardised
> online repo of themes, with dynamic access from the appearance manager?
> Then we could highlight the standard GNOME themes there.
There hasn't been (well, not that I've heard, anyway), but it's a rather
exciting idea. I suppose we could base it around apt or something, but
it seems overkill just for single themes, and besides wouldn't work very
well on non-apt distros... I'm imagining a standard CGI which you could
give a set of zipped Metacity themes and it would be able to serve any
of them up, plus generate and be able to serve an index in a standard
author=Kenneth Christiansen <kenneth at gnu.org> Anders Carlsson <andersca at gnu.org>
copyright=Ximian, Inc, 2001
date=February 8, 2002
description=A port of the Gorilla theme by Jacub Steiner
and would also be able to serve all parts added after a certain date,
etc. I think I may work on this this weekend, unless anyone knows of
Thomas Thurman, tthurman at gnome, http://blogs.gnome.org/tthurman
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