Hello world, I'm a fedora ambassador and I'm searching for designs for
swags production for Latam.
Are there any repository where We can see all designs for buttons and
Thanks all in advance.
as promised last time, I will come a bit earlier with the name idea
and here it is:
this time we are at C and there are Chelomey for the space station
Saljut, Cugnot for an steam power car and Custeau for the Aqualung and
the under water camera.
I think as deadline the 30th should be fine, gives 14 days to everybody
to think about it.
I really really love the F26 wallpaper. However, through no fault of
the design team :) it looks like the active life of F26 is going to be
compressed. Do you all think it would be terrible to use it through F27
and maybe even beyond as well -- basically, start associating it with
"hey, that's Fedora" rather than "oh, that one was Fedora 26" -- and
change it sometime in the future when we feel like freshening up the
Fedora Project Leader
Jean-Baptiste (jibecfed) and I just worked on the fedora user cheat cube
Jean-Baptiste created a Zanata project to allow us to translate it ,
and called for help in the french translation team.
Personally, I modernized the user cube, by setting some rules in the svg
(like the same police and size everywhere, convert yum to dnf...), and
converted old blue triangle image by its utf8 version
Can you tell me what you think of it ? Especially, I don't k now if
presented commands are up-to-date and cover everything.
I add to this mail a rendered png of the last version.
Thank you in advance for your help :)
There seems to be a bodhi problem which is preventing me from
commenting. This update converted the wallpaper from JPEG to PNG at
what ImageMagick and GIMP identify as 90% JPEG quality. This causes
significant and ugly artifacts around the fine detail of the branches
-- this image is nearly a worst-case scenario for JPEG. To my eye, it's
pretty bad to about 98%, even -- at that point, there's still
degradation but it kind of blends into the texture rather than standing
out. This is still smaller than the PNG, at least.
Can we re-do these at 99% or 100%? If saving space is important, going
to 4:2:0 chroma subsamping saves about 33% without as much obvious
visual impact on this particular image.
Does it break GNOME if the original .png file *also* stays in place?
That seems like a much less risky change because at this point we don't
know for sure where all that file may be referenced already.
Fedora Project Leader