2016-04-28 0:57 GMT+07:00 Matthew Miller <mattdm@fedoraproject.org>:
On Mon, Apr 25, 2016 at 12:22:39PM -0700, Luya Tshimbalanga wrote:
> * Lighten up the background we have now so it's less black and soul-consuming
> * Choose another background we can use for all spins
> * Just use the existing awesome upstream GNOME artwork for the workstation

I think it's important to have something with a strong Fedora visual
identity here. This is, after all, a new _Fedora_ release.

nothing new on this complains, comes sometimes from GNOME and sometimes from KDE as well.

> on the wallpaper, in GDM, in the control center and in various other
> places so I'm really confused why we've gone back to the days where we
> needed to replace the background every cycle for all desktops when we
> really only have one official workstation product.

I'll leave the wallpaper issue up to the designers, but I think the
update splash graphic is precisely an area where it'd be nice to have a
new showcase image every release. Maybe using the wallpaper, or maybe
it's a purpose-made image.

I dont remember that days where we had for several releases same artwork. Hopefully we have some time in the upcoming FAD to speak about the ¨wallpaper"situation a bit, there are some problems I see coming up.

br gnokii

Matthew Miller
Fedora Project Leader

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