I'm on the promo committee for the Seattle GNU/Linux (SeaGL)
conference and we're looking for some volunteers who can help with
some design work. In particular, we're looking for help with sticker
packs (e.g. ), press kit, letterhead, etc. If you're interested,
please let me know at bcotton(a)funnelfiasco.com.
He / Him / His
Senior Program Manager, Fedora & CentOS Stream
I like using the echo icon theme with XFCE. However a while back gnome-themes
was retired because it was orphaned for over 6 weeks and echo-icon-theme
requires gnome-themes, so it isn't installable any more.
While echo-icon-theme doesn't seem to get any support these days, I'm
wondering if I could keep it limping along for a while by changing
the requires from gnome-themes to gnome-icon-theme, which is still available?
And if it would be OK if I made that change? I'm not sure what from
gnome-themes was needed, so I didn't want to go making a change that might
not really work.