I hope not, as I personally find this new look kinda ugly and changed
forcefuly in aspects that could be left alone...


2010/3/4 Zoltan Matlak <matlakz...@gmail.com>:
> I just red on slashdot today:
> "Canonical has launched a new visual identity for the Ubuntu Linux
> distribution. Ubuntu is shedding its previous brown look and adopting a more
> professional color scheme with purple and orange. The colors will be used in
> a new GNOME theme and boot splash for Ubuntu 10.04. According to updated
> design documents that were published in the Ubuntu wiki, 'light' is the
> underlying concept behind the new visual identity. It displaces the 'human'
> concept that has been part of Ubuntu's theming and brand vernacular for the
> past five years. Ubuntu community manager Jono Bacon has posted a screenshot
> and additional information."
>
> Question: is it a goal to have all *buntu variants use the same character
> set or to have common/similar look? Just wondering if the lubuntu splash and
> other logos have to be changed? (saw the xubuntu as sample on the site
> that's why I raised the question)
>
> Thanks
> Zoltan
>
>
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