> These days, to release a new theme or to modify the project's visual
> identity, many different teams/maintainers must be contacted, in
> different lists (kde, xfce, gnome, etc).
It isn't true. The contact point is debian-desktop.
Debian desktop was created for this.
> Lastly, i'd like to make it clear that this sub-project would be the
> one and only responsible for preserving Debian's visual identity, as
> well as the application of its logos, colors and promotional stuff. A
> sub-project where volunteers who make art instead of code can
> contribute, transforming ideas in reality within the project.
It seems artists can't work in Debian desktop sub-project and prefers
to create another sub-project and claim they are
"the one and only responsible for preserving Debian's visual identity,
as well as the application of its logos, colors and promotional stuff"
Sorry, I don't understand why you can't contribute to Debian desktop
and what's the difference with Debian desktop goals.
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