Future Ubuntu Studio design guideline and Jaunty/+1 idea

aYo Binitie ayobinitie at googlemail.com
Wed Nov 12 11:23:37 GMT 2008

I think its neither here nor there. I seriously customize my themes anyway
and never use the defaults. I think of greater import is the structural
stability of the system. Things like the inability to use accessibility
sounds with system sounds (my experience) and improvements to Samba and so
on are in my view the reall things to concentrate on. Adding new powerful
features like ease of multi screen deployment and things that keep UStudio
the best OS in the world. Thanks for everything, you guys are fantastic.


On Wed, Nov 12, 2008 at 1:32 AM, Cory K. <coryisatm at ubuntu.com> wrote:,

> So. After careful thought, I've decided that Ubuntu Studio releases will
> keep it's design for 2 releases. While I might add a wallpaper, it will
> stick with the current feel. Bug-fixes will happen as well. I've done
> this with Hardy->Intrepid already, I'm just makin' it official from now
> on. While this will be a bummer to some, I must frankly say, they aren't
> the ones doin' the work. ;)
> Ok, now for the Jaunty/+1 idea.
> I'm *thinkin'* of droppin' the #009bf9 blue and adopting the mainline
> Ubuntu colors. I'd still use our dark theme, just use orange instead of
> blue. Human icon set. The idea is to just look a *little* more Ubuntu.
> :) Just an idea.
> Thoughts?
> -Cory K.
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