luya_tfz at thefinalzone.com
Sat Nov 3 08:20:19 UTC 2007
Quoting "Juan M. Rodriguez" <nushio at gmail.com>:
> Marc Wiriadisastra wrote:
> > A crazy thought to differentiate Fedora more from the others could be
> > (sorry art-list) a release of new backgrounds to represent different
> > times of the year with an opt out clause. What I mean is the following.
> > Halloween Graphics
> > Christmas graphics
> > Ramadan(sp?) graphics
> > The Jewish one (sorry I don't know what it is called)
> > They get installed by default at different times of the year so you have
> > evolving desktops overtime.
> > Cheers,
> > Marc
> That would be awesome.
> They could be installed as updates via yum, or could be consolidated at
> a specific webpage, such as gnome-looks or kde-looks, and have
> user-submitted wallpaper sets there too.
> Just my thoughts,
It can be a possible candidate for featuring on Fedora 9. AFAIR, KDE has a
feature to set different background on different desktop.
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