Re: Debian squeeze theme: dead in the water?
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Hi -release, I'll be aiming any further discussion at -desktop only
after this message. Thanks!
But first, I do have a release-specific question.
desktop-base contains the current "default" Debian look&feel. It strikes
me that a theme could (or even should) perhaps exist as a package in
order to get exposure before being "blessed" as a default theme.
Therefore, for the three themes that are being considered (and presently
are not in the archive in any form), I think it would be most ideal if
they were independently packaged, uploaded, and then, should one be
chosen as the default L&F, desktop-base adjusted to Depends: on it.
Future workflow might have a theme in the archive
earlier in the cycle.
But that means 3 NEW package uploads and a request for unblock on the
blessed one at least (and that looks like Ciel). Would that be frowned
On 11/10/10 06:56, Yves-Alexis Perez wrote:
> On mar., 2010-10-12 at 01:12 +0100, Jon Dowland wrote:
>> When testing d-i images for squeeze, I noticed that the look and feel of
>> grub, gnome etc. are the debblue theme that first came in (iirc) Etch.
> You don't recall correctly. Etch had MoreBlue theme (see
> http://www.debianart.org/cchost/?ccm=/media/files/si0ux/334 for a
> slightly updated version). Lenny has MoreBlue Orbit, see
> http://wiki.debian.org/DebianDesktopArtworkLenny. None have a DebBlue
Thanks for the clarification.
>> Looking at http://wiki.debian.org/DebianArt , it would appear there was
>> some effort to come up with a novel look-and-feel for Squeeze. But that
>> effort seems to have died pre-freeze. Am I right?
> No. See http://wiki.debian.org/DebianDesktopArtworkSqueeze and
I did before posting, and saw no activity for four months. I'm glad to
see I've kicked the hornets nest :)
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