Re: call for Jessie artwork proposals
> Le 10/11/2013 16:53, Paul Tagliamonte a écrit :
> Aloha, hackers,
> As some of you notice from the slamn' default background in
> wheezy, (BTW; a round of applause for Adrien Aubourg for
> creating Joy!) we ask for contributions to the debian-desktop team
> in the form of themeing.
> This is the official call for proposals for the Jessie cycle.
> Please look on the wiki (thank you, Valessio Soares de Brito for
> creating the page!)
> So, if you'd like (or know someone who'd like) to create a desktop
> look and feel that will be seen by trillions of people, be sure
> to send in your artwork ASAP!
> Breaking with tradition, I'd like to have the re-themed desktop in
> place well before freeze, to ensure we have time to properly
> integrate it.
> I'm picking the arbitrary deadline of Feb 5th (subject ot change)
> for artwork to be submited. I know this isn't a lot of time, but we
> can iterate as we integrate.
Do you have a new deadline to communicate? As the number of proposed
themes is quite low compared to Wheezy, it might be needful to forward
this call to the debian-publicity team again‽
> The artwork is usually picked based on which theme looks the most:
> - "Debian"
> (I'm not defining this since I think everyone has their own take of
> what Debian means to them)
> - plausible to integrate without patching core software
> (As much as I love some of the insanely hot looking themes, some
> would require heavy GTK+ theming and patching GDM/GNOME.)
> - clean / well designed
> (without becoming something that gets annoying to look at a year
> down the road - I think Joy does a good job of this)
> This year, do keep in mind the Debian logo *is* freely licensed, so
> feel free to use it in your theme.
> For more information / details, please post to the Debian
> Desktop list, I'll set the reply-to, if others want to continue
> this thread there.
> : https://wiki.debian.org/DebianArt/Themes/Joy :
> https://wiki.debian.org/DebianDesktop/Artwork/Jessie :
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-vohNUTTx3A :