I'm on a mission this summer to help create a new Fedora spin: Fedora
Jam. The spin will specialise in audio creation and production. It
will include software such as ardour3, JACK, pulse audio, supercollider,
and plenty of audio plugins. And everything will be configured to work
out of the box
Since we are brand new, we would very much appreciate any help we can
get in producing some artwork or designs for the spin. If you have
pictures of any music equipment that you think we could use (think
licensing), that is also very welcome :)
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to take contact
GSoC atudent, Fedora audio Spin
CS Student University of Tromsø
¿Alguien conoce algún programa para generar nube de palabras en SVG?
Gracias de antemano
¿Does sb know about a program to create tag cloud in SVG?
Thanks in advance
Fabián Orccón (cfoch)
On Thu, 2012-06-28 at 18:55 +0530, Shriram Hosur wrote:
> Hi Step 7 says so, that the design team would have to add me in. I
> ve gotta few questions to ask.
Please reply to the list. Use "reply all" in your e-mail client if it
doesn't have a 'reply to list' option. That way the entire list gets the
The design team will add you to the group in the FAS once you've applied
> How does the arrangement work? Basically how do i get started off?
You introduce yourself to the list and tell them a little about
yourself. Your earlier email was a tad bit brief in this regard ;)
> Is it like i keep claiming tickets and completing them?, Also i cannot
> seem to be able to claim them from the respective page?
Yes. Open tickets are here:
You should be able to access them. You might need to be in the design
group in FAS to be able to claim them. I'm not too sure.
> Is everything done through the mailing list? Is there no formal
> channel to it?
There is the trac, the IRC channel and the mailing list. I'm not sure
what you mean by "formal channel".
> What is the typical workload a contributor would get? An approximate
> figure would be helpful..
I cannot say. I'll leave that for the team folks to answer. I just hang
around here to keep myself up to date with the on-goings :)
> Regards, Shriram H S
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Hello, my name is Jonathan Holloway.
I was a cinematographer before jumping back into systems engineering, so my
inner-artist is more photography-based than graphics (although I can make
my way around the bitmap and vector tools to create something new).
With that said, I've been fascinated by Human Interface Design and an
enthusiast since around 1984. I'm looking forward to contributing to (and
learning from) the Fedora UI design community.
I'm new to the world of design. Want to learn.
Right now I'm trying to understand how Fedora tools may be used in
I don't have any prior knowledge or experience about same, looking forward
to learn from
Fedora Design team. Also trying to learn by hanging around Dribble and
Are there any quick to do's for those new to Fedora Design group?
Please let me know.
Thank You and Warm Regards,
Chetan Arvind Patil,
refer to this thread in -devel:
As I understand, by design, we wanted the older kernels to appear in the
"Advanced options" menu, but right now, it breaks every time you run a
Also, the string Fedora Linux is kinda wrong, cause the OS is called
It should be something like Fedora (with Linux *kernel version here*).
What is the stand of the design team on this?
Isn’t this a bit ot? This is the design team, which is meant for design of
Fedora (not the OS itself, but the theme, artwork, etc). I’m not over the
team, or a mod, but I think this is ot, and is kind of strange seeing this
in a design team... Thanks!
*From:* Martin Sourada <martin.sourada(a)gmail.com>
*Sent:* Monday, June 18, 2012 4:52:46 PM
*Subject:* Re: [Design-team] Fedora GRUB2 boot menu, from design perspective
On Mon, 18 Jun 2012 18:07:59 +0300
Elad Alfassa wrote:
> refer to this thread in -devel:
> As I understand, by design, we wanted the older kernels to appear in
> the "Advanced options" menu, but right now, it breaks every time you
> run a kernel update.
> Also, the string Fedora Linux is kinda wrong, cause the OS is called
> It should be something like Fedora (with Linux *kernel version here*).
> What is the stand of the design team on this?
first of all, I do *not* speak for the design team, just stating my
The intended design is probably best what we can have but,
* Given the fedora target audience, it's not uncommon to have multiple
fedoras installed, so it would be good if the items looked like
Fedora $REL_VER$ $REL_NAME$ (or without the release name).
* All kernels should be in subdirectory. That the current kernel
updates break the intended setup (as set-up in /etc) is obviously
incorrect and should be fixed. Both ways (submenus or direct menu)
are better than current state of things.
* I do not seem to see any theme, even though there's obviously the
beefy-miracle one installed. It's probably missing in configs
(/etc/grub.d/) though -- my issue, or a general one?
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