F10 artwork questions

Paul W. Frields stickster at gmail.com
Wed Oct 15 19:57:13 UTC 2008

On Wed, 2008-10-15 at 14:21 -0400, Máirín Duffy wrote:
> Bill Nottingham wrote:
> > I was thinking of it for the final cut as something akin to how the
> > name is determined, after the entries have been winnowed by the Art
> > team as above. But I understand where you're coming from. I'll hit
> > up the archives.
> How do the ideas get winnowed by the art team though if
> there are only typically 3-4 to choose from?
> See where we are coming from?
> Usually we come on a clear consensus. This time, a lot of
> folks put a lot of effort into more themes than we all have
> in the past. We felt the vote was the best way for our team
> to come to an internal consensus but by no means do we plan
> on relying on a vote for each feature. It's better when we
> come to the consensus naturally I think and we usually do.

The fact that there were so many solid entries this time around is a
clear indicator of how the Artwork team has really prospered over the
last couple of years.  (Has it been that long?  Yeesh.)  I really do
think that part of that success is due to a pretty solid design sense
shared by the team, but yet open-mindedness about new ideas that fresh
hands bring on board.  I was really happy to look around at several
theme ideas this release and think, "Wow, any of these would be really
great for Fedora 10."

Paul W. Frields
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