On Mon, 2010-12-20 at 13:13 -0500, Bill Nottingham wrote:
Martin Sourada (martin.sourada(a)gmail.com) said:
> So in short, let's be *first* to ship GNOME 3 and let's be *first* to
> ship it with our own visual identity. We, the fedora design team, should
> be leaders in our area as well ;-)
I don't want to stir up too much of a hornet's nest, but does Fedora
even *HAVE* a visual identity?
Yes it does. We use a particular color palette and style. To suggest it
doesn't I don't think is really being fair.
- fedora icon on the panel
- MgOpen/Comfortaa on materials/web site
- Some sort of blue background each release (with no continuity
from release to release)
The first of these isn't noticeable unless you're looking really close;
the second isn't relevant to the desktop, and the third is actually
satisfied by the proposed change.
From the web page banner to the disc label/sleeve to
syslinux/grub/firstboot/anaconda to the wallpaper there is a common
(these don't show the print collateral but I think show the point of