Future Ubuntu Studio design guideline and Jaunty/+1 idea
suemac at empire.net
Fri Jan 2 01:04:12 GMT 2009
I'm new to Ubuntu Studio, only a 3 months or so. (Though I've been
designing hardware and developing software for, well, longer than I like
to remember.) :-(
I've installed Ubuntu Hardy then added the studio apps.
I've installed from the the DVD image.
Then I installed the 64bit dvd image.
All fresh installs on the same machine, a Dell XPS laptop.
The only complaint I have with the default wallpaper and color scheme is
a lot of apps have contrast issues. By issues I mean where I can't see
the text because of the background.
Could be my old eyes...so, I've just changed to schemes where I can see.
My $.02 FWIW.
On Thu, 2009-01-01 at 19:33 -0500, Christopher Stamper wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 11, 2008 at 8:32 PM, 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
> 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
> :) Just an idea.
> I realize that this is an old thread; so just fwiw:
> I was browsing gnome-look today, and found an ubuntu-studio theme
> knockoff that, to me, seems to be exactly what your describing.
> Great ratings, and it looks great.
> Christopher Stamper
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