Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] new visual identity in lucid

2010-03-05 Thread 神癒礁湖
Thanks a lot, PCMan, but if we do a different style not according with
them we will be like PC/OS, yes, Ubuntu based, but different, and with
an order from Canonical to remove all logos and not being an Ubuntu
family anymore.

Don't WORRY ;-) , I'll just change the logo, the global look won't
change.



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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] new visual identity in lucid

2010-03-04 Thread Sylkis
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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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] new visual identity in lucid

2010-03-04 Thread PCMan
But I like your design better.
Why should Lubuntu look similar with Ubuntu?
Can't we have different style?

2010/3/5 神癒礁湖 rafaellag...@gmail.com

  As you say, Jo, we just can accept the new design. And I'll do my best to
 match Lubuntu's look onto new branding specs.



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[Lubuntu-desktop] new visual identity in lucid

2010-03-03 Thread Zoltan Matlak
*I just red on slashdot today:
Canonical has launched a new visual
identityhttp://arstechnica.com/open-source/news/2010/03/ubuntu-dumps-the-brown-introduces-new-theme.arsfor
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
publishedhttps://wiki.ubuntu.com/Brandin 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
screenshothttp://www.jonobacon.org/2010/03/03/refreshing-the-ubuntu-brand/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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