xubuntu "Institutional colour"
larry.cafiero at gmail.com
Thu Aug 2 15:35:20 UTC 2007
I like the idea, Roberto, and I hope the community considers it for
the near future.
[As someone who is still in school learning programming, this is about
the extent of my participation on this list so far -- with emphasis on
the last two words. But this list is very informative -- thanks, all!
-- and once I get better at I'll contribute more]
On 8/2/07, h.aling at home.nl <h.aling at home.nl> wrote:
> ---- Roberto Benitez <robertomariobenitez at gmail.com> schrijft:
> > I have an idea going around my head that I would like to share with the
> > team.
> > I don't know if it is feasable or if I am in a totally different page from
> > the team.
> > I was thinking about the main colour of xubuntu.
> > Since xubuntu started we are using blue (almost the same as kubuntu?) in the
> > website and in the desktop's background, splash screen (black/blue), etc.
> > On the other side, xubuntu was born because the community needed a small,
> > fast version with strong economy of resources (let say the environmental
> > version of ubuntu).
> > I am not an expert on this sort of "sociological-marketing-etc" analisys (so
> > the experts, please, sorry)
> > What I see is:
> > 1) ubuntu-brown-human version
> > 2) kubuntu-blue-kde version
> > 3) xubuntu-green-environmentalist version
> > I also know that this is not the right moment to talk about because we are
> > busy with the new release but I started thinking about because of the coming
> > soon new website (drupal) version.
> > Maybe if we have a couple of seconds we can share opinions from our devel
> > community.
> > I hope you will be patiente with my poor tech english.
> I like green. I think green is a very fresh color versus the dull, icy blue...
> Look at SAM linux for a example.
>  http://shots.linuxquestions.org/?linux_distribution_sm=SAM%20Desktop%202007%20Test%202
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