imnotb at gmail.com
Mon Jun 19 16:41:39 UTC 2006
I'd say it's best if we show we are based on the same. After all, the names
end in *buntu for a reason - they're similar, so why shouldn't the artwork
On 6/19/06, j Mak <joz_mak at yahoo.ca> wrote:
> Hi all,
> On the art mailing list there is a debate has been going on about the future directions
> of the various ubuntu flavors, in terms of look and feel. Some suggested that the flavors
> should be somehow lined up to have a kind of similarish look. Though, these ideas are still
> blurry but the kubuntu people have already declared that they will follow their own path,
> independent of the ubuntu direction.
> I've also argued that making the distros kind of similar would deprive them from developing
> their own identity that ultimately would result boredom. I agree very much with the kubuntu
> guys that the ubuntu, kubuntu and xubuntu have to develop independently, which doesn't mean
> that certain underlying ideas shouldn't be aligned. Distinctness would have beneficial effects
> by offering diversity and multiple looks for users.
> So far I got positive feedback; I wonder what you guys think.
> J. Mak
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