On Wed, Oct 21, 2009 at 16:55:57 -0400,
Máirín Duffy <duffy(a)fedoraproject.org> wrote:
>> There is some artifact in the images as they show up on that page. I am
>> not sure if it is something with being in the mock up or if the final
>> version will also have the same artifact. The upper half of each image
>> appears to be brighter than the lower half with a clear line separating
>> the two parts.
> The fade-out to white on the bottom? It's a design element I'm trying to
> apply to all the banners (see the FEL and LXDE banners further up the
> page) but it might not work very well for the particular design I went with.
I am not sure if that is the same. What I saw didn't look like a fade as there
was a clear line where the brightness changed.
>> My only other concern is that you picked three 3d games.
None of those
>> are going to work for people that have nvidia graphics cards off the
>> dvd. They will be usable with proprietary drivers if they actually install
>> Fedora and then get the needed drivers from rpmfusion. This is more of
>> a marketting question, so I don't think I know the right answer. But I did
>> want to let you know about the limitation in case that affects what you
>> think is best.
> Can you give me examples of games included in the spin that have
> compelling artwork that doesn't rqeuire 3d? I'm mostly looking for
> eye-candy to rope folks in :)
Mostly I play turn based stragety games. Mostly now all I have time for
is colossus, though I used to play a fair amount of wesnoth. Colossus isn't
quite as detailed as Wesnoth, but I still don't think it is what you are
looking for. I don't know that all 3D samples is really a problem. I was
mostly informing you of their status so you could evaluate whether that
was really a problem or not.