imnotb at gmail.com
Fri Mar 3 07:35:05 UTC 2006
On 3/3/06, Jani Monoses <jani.monoses at gmail.com> wrote:
> The plan also foresees the creation of a unified look and feel for Ubuntu
> > and Kubuntu.
> It would be great if we used such an unified theme too. I wonder if there
> would be any trouble if
> xubuntu looked very much like ubuntu as far as colors and icons are
> concerned. I guess as long
> as we have another default background and the mouse somewhere there will
> not be a danger of
> confusing xfce with gnome.
I think we should use the same background as Ubuntu. This would certainly
be more unified, and I don't think confusion will be a problem as you do
thoughtfully "pick" Xubuntu, so you know it's Xfce and what you can expect,
not that some one will feel like "where has the menu's gone?". I think the
more unified the better, personally.
It was suggested that since drapper would be supported for 3 years, it
> > should be made as attractive as possible.
> > There are three themes that have already been recommended for
> > dapper; they could be looked at the link below; everyone can add a theme to
> > the list and when the deadline is up the community will pick one, which will
> > be further polished and modified to meet the above requirements.
> > https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ArtworkTeam/AdditionalThemes
> > I think xubuntu too should adopt this approach and make the
> > interface as unified as possible with the other two siblings.
> > Anyhow, these are the ideas that surfaced up from the intense two days
> > discussions on the art-team mailing list. And with all probability, things
> > will speed up even more, because Mr Shuttleworth has joined to the mailing
> > list and become very active.
> > When I find out more, I will post it here.
> thanks. If you think, you could post and say that we too are very
> interested in the outcome of the discussions and
> would benefit from a unified approach to themes across derivatives.
> I'll just start watching u-artwork through gmane myself.
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