imnotb at gmail.com
Fri Aug 25 09:29:44 BST 2006
I don't really fancy the theme (I generally like Clearlooks-based themes ;)
but the Gnome icons look ok to use.
On 8/25/06, jmak <jozmak at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> The art team has received a note from ubuntu developers with a request
> to complete all art production for edgy by August 31 (next Thursday).
> After this date only minor tweaks could be made as the release of edgy
> is getting closer and closer. So I thought it would make sense that we
> too might follow this schedule. As a result, I reviewed all the
> available artworks, taking into account the feedbacks and uploaded
> those that I thought should be considered as finals for edgy. You can
> take a look at them here:
> In terms of look and feel, some parts of the interface has already
> been completed and some still needs to be dealt with; these include:
> 1) The Logo
> 2) The Gdm splash
> 3) The Gdm login screen
> 4) Wallpapers
> 5) Gtk theme
> 6) Icons
> 7) Usplash
> The first four items on the list are more less complete. But, the Gtk
> theme and the Icon set still haven't been tackled. The Usplash
> implementation still hasn't been decided by the development team
> either; but I expect some info on this soon.
> GTK THEME:
> Regarding the gtk theme: I've come across a beautiful one, called
> MurrinaGilouche that has been based on the Murrine engine. It is the
> fastest cairo base theme and would be awesome as a default for xubuntu
> edgy. Please try it out!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and give feedback. The
> engine still not in the repositories, but Mr Shuttleworth said that it
> would be there soon.
> Until then, you can download the Murrina engine from here:
> and the corresponding gtk theme from here;
> We have Tango. Not very elegant but one of the most complete icon set
> available for Linux. Mr Shuttleworth hates it. If anyone has better
> icon idea please indicate. By the way, the new touched up gnome icons
> look very nice, maybe we can consider using them. I don't know for
> sure that the set is complete or still a work is progress. I have the
> feeling that it is complete and will be released with the newest Gmome
> in September. Does anyone have more info on this? Anyhow, here is a
> That's it for now.
> Please let me know what you think.
> J. Mak
> xubuntu-devel mailing list
> xubuntu-devel at lists.ubuntu.com
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the xubuntu-devel