A Thought About F9 Artwork

Martin Sourada martin.sourada at gmail.com
Wed Jan 9 17:06:30 UTC 2008

On Wed, 2008-01-09 at 17:59 +0100, Valent Turkovic wrote:
> Máirín Duffy wrote:
> > Laith Juwaidah wrote:
> >   
> >>>> Perhaps we could adopt a "spring" visual theme for the odd-numbered
> >>>> releases that fall in the spring, and a "fall" visual theme for the
> >>>> even-numbered releases that fall in the, well, fall.
> >>>>         
> >> Could it also be that the colors match the season (green for spring releases 
> >> and yellow/orange for fall ones?)?
> >>     
> >
> > Whenever we try anything that is !blue, we get a whole lot of negative
> > feedback. People like to look at the colors far more symbolically than
> > they should I think.
> >
> > ~m
> >   
> I don't like opensuse in particular but they have made a break from blue 
> in latest release  - now its green, and it looks great! I would love to 
> see Fedora !blue for at least one release - it would be refreshing.
And confusing. Everyone in the linux world has Fedora associated with
blue colour. If we changed that there would surely be much more people
complaining than accepting the change. I believe everyone had opensuse
asociated with green already, so if they had blue themes before, it was
only a logical step to make it green, IMO.

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