On Fri, 2008-09-05 at 12:26 +0530, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
Luya Tshimbalanga wrote:
> Fesco has accepted echo-icon-theme as default icon theme for Fedora 10.
> Which means we need to push harder to include as many icons as possible using
> guideline and echo-artist tool now available on rawhide and is waiting for
> people to get them on both Fedora 8 and 9. To get more details about
> echo-icon-theme, please visit the website.
Was comps.xml updated to reflect the new default in rawhide? Any
communication with the desktop and kde teams?
I'm here... So, I think we need to act quickly to make Echo the default
for the beta, to test the waters before F10. For Gnome, the way to do
that is to change the inheritance of the Fedora icon theme to pull in
Echo instead of Mist.
Wrt to coverage, I have worked pretty hard this cycle to make Gnome use
icon-naming-spec names wherever possible, so things should be good as
long as Echo has near-100% coverage for
a) icon-naming spec
b) GTK+ stock icons
c) application icons that show up in the menus of the default install
I can look into doing the fedora-icon-theme change.