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Re: Debian artwork for Wheezy

Hello all,

My contribution is that Debian has support for "Theme Kit"/Packages of themes.

A structure[1] "standard" to be followed by changes in the Debian.

Debian is not a single appearance. And multiple styles and worlds.

It's proposed that in future the taskel installed can see a list of
appearance options. example:
Theme Work
Theme Education
Theme Funny

This was a feature of created by Otavio Salvador and Tiago Vaz. Where
the user says it will use Debian at home or at work ... Or at school.
A pre-selection/suggested packages that might be indicated.

[1] http://wiki.debian.org/DebianArt/StructureThemePackage

2011/11/10 Holger Levsen <holger@layer-acht.org>
> Hi,
> On Donnerstag, 10. November 2011, Joey Hess wrote:
> > Not quite, Joss doesn't want icon/theme changes but is open to a desktop
> > background in http://lists.debian.org/debian-desktop/2011/10/msg00022.html
> [...]
> > If we're removing spacefun then d-i can revert to the old "klowner" boot
> > logo, possibly updated in some way for wheezy, but the current one will
> > work ok. Reverting abbc21a955dc2f9b2fc134e796ef0bfcf4c3a2d2 in
> > rootskel-gtk will despacefun the graphical installer.
> I think Debian should stay branded/themed in one way or another. I'm totally
> all for replacing spacefun with something new, but IMO we should keep the
> unified branding which was introduced with Squeeze.
> Having a common theme is a great "UI-feature"!
> cheers,
>        Holger

> Profissional de inovação
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