nicu_fedora at nicubunu.ro
Wed Jan 31 14:31:03 UTC 2007
Marco D'Amico wrote:
> Nicu Buculei ha scritto:
>> Marco, we are trying to be constructive and friendly here, so is okay to
>> not like something, to say it could be better or bad, but *please* say
>> *why* do you think is bad.
> Here's what I think.
> What are the differences between Vista's look, Mac OsX's look, Sled's
> look, Ubuntu's look and Fedora?
> The concept: they're clear, they're consistent and they map out.
OK, I agree there is need for more consistency but I fail to see how it
is related with Jiri's submissions, which are only proposals for Round 2
> Why put the "bubbles" in a distribution like Fedora?
Look here to see why are the bubble in the logo:
> Who is the target user of Fedora? Are they going to kindergarten? I
> don't think so.
This is a good question, as we all want to see a better definition.
Last time when I looked at the defined target, it was the "computer
enthusiast". Don't know how to understand this, if we use naked people,
anime and games is enough?
> Why don't we use the Tango icons? I suggest that it is because Diana
> and Máirín wanted it so. But what does he Fedora community want?
Each time this came into discuss, the majority of *contributors* opted
for a personalized icon theme and were against using Tango directly
as-is, use at least a variant of Tango (as Mairin replied).
Cool Fedora wallpapers: http://fedora.nicubunu.ro/wallpapers/
Open Clip Art Library: http://www.openclipart.org
my Fedora stuff: http://fedora.nicubunu.ro
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