[Design-team] F12 Final wallpaper polish

Máirín Duffy duffy at fedoraproject.org
Fri Oct 23 13:20:19 UTC 2009


Hi Jaroslav,

On 10/23/2009 04:07 AM, Jaroslav Reznik wrote:
> It depends. We have prepared our KDE artwork to match first background version, 
> then colors changed so it does not look like it should. So now if we choose 
> darker blue one, I think there's no need to rework it (but would be nice to 
> again match another theme). I thought we went through this with nice artwork 
> schedule for F12, first background, then other artwork. I was really happy that 
> we have everything ready in time for alpha and now we're starting again from 
> point zero

Please be fair! This is not restarting from point zero. There is an
absolute progression here if you start from the first iteration to these
iterations.

We have had two shots to get broad feedback. Alpha and Beta. Are we not
allowed to make improvements on the artwork based on the feedback we get
from the Beta?

If not, I don't understand what the point is.


 :( For F13 we need real process - and not only for artwork but for
> everything - features, freezes... Now it's anarchy. I like freedom, it's 
> better than strict rules but sometimes...

This is NOT anarchy. There is a definite process and I have worked
really really hard to make sure we meet the dates as best we can. We
have done better as a team this release than any other release before -
we've never had artwork in the alpha before.
> 
> Back to rain11.png - I think there are better mockups, this one is just chaos? 
> Too many lens effect like circles. I like bubble.png but that means rework of 
> KDE artwork. 

Bubble PNG is a texture I made for a brush. It's not a wallpaper.

Still I think we should go back to first background - it was nice,
> polished, nearly 100% done and lot of people asked me if I can send it or 
> where to get it. And it had some Fedora feeling. Even non Fedora users said - 
> hey it's Fedora, I recognize something similar to Fedora logo there ;-)
> 
~m



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