Desktop Graphics Approval committee?

Marky Goldstein ready at
Wed Dec 3 06:09:32 UTC 2003

I agree that one theme should be done by one creative leader.
A dozen themes are better than one theme.
Let the race begin.
Freedom is what makes Linux the winner.
See the difference.
Release the marketing budgets of MTV.
Give up control.

Havoc Pennington wrote:

>On Mon, 2003-12-01 at 14:43, Trae McCombs wrote:
>>Is there going to be some sort of committee that approves things? 
>I tend to say there's a committee with one person on it, namely Garrett
>Code surely suffers from design by committee, but graphics seem to
>suffer even more.
>Not to say Fedora Extras especially can't contain all kinds of alternate
>themes and backgrounds but I think the Fedora default appearance really
>benefits from a quality dictatorship.
>The point is to be sure the defaults stay consistent and attractive, I
>don't think there's any need to suppress alternate themes, though I'd
>say the default install should try to keep a nice sane set of choices
>that appeal to a variety of people.
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