Ubuntu Studio is looking for help.

Cory K. coryisatm at ubuntu.com
Sun Aug 31 01:54:24 BST 2008

Irene Coremberg wrote:
> My experience here on collaborate for artwork.
> It's good to work in a team, it's good to look for help, and tried to
> make this for some time, but my experience here was not good.
> Since I was new here, I waited that someone should say "these are the
> aesthetic guidelines" of the project, "these is the way we work" "Here
> is the material for work" (logo, colors... )

You were told that Intrepid's art was done and Intrepid+1 was where new
work *could* go. Intrepid+1 is *WIDE* open. There are little to no
guidelines *because* We're giving people the opportunity to create.

> Nothing. Only "try some wallpapers". I did. And as anyone give me the
> instructions at beginnings, of course there was a lot of useless work
> that I had to make again, with a big lost of my time.
> O course I can make questions, but if anyone gave me the guidelines
> when entered, perhaps I could not know what to ask.

You were told you were free to create. No boundaries. Wallpapers are
easy to jump into and a great way for us to see what you can do.

> Finally I could not find the svg logo, it is supposed it was in wiki,
> but I could not find it, and asked many times where is... no
> responses. Finally I rebuild it myself.

You were told many times they were art section of the wiki. All 3
versions are here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuStudio/Artwork

> Sorry if my English is not good.
> Only my willingness to cooperate brought me up to here but I worked
> alone, not in a team.
> I'm tired, I will leave.
> I.C.C.

I'm sorry you feel this way. We liked what you were doing. I think this
more came down to the fact that you wanted to work on Intrepid and you
couldn't. *ANYONE* wanting to work on art must realize that their work
may not be used. If people can't accept that I'm sorry.

I'm sorry to sound curt but I must be straightforward. Working on a team
take a little more than hanging around for a week on IRC.

-Cory K.

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