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Art Team FC7 Progress So Far - Community Feedback

Hi folks,

So a few days ago I submitted an item to Fedora News [1] about our progress so far and inviting more artists to join our team.

The response I've received in my blog comments about our progress thus far has been overwhelmingly positive:

- "Great work guys.... You set the bar really high with the last one, but I know you can do it. :-)"

- "keep up your fantastic work!"

- "hm... These themes are all cool and very nice. You are doing excellent work."

I just wanted to point these out to you as inspiration :)

Some specific feedback for improvement/critique on the FC7 themes thus far is below:

= Flying High =

(no critiques, lots of <3 :) )

= Planet =

(no critiques, lots of <3 :) )

= Borealis =

- "Sitting here in Fairbanks, AK, looking up at the aurora right now and I can't help but think.. can you add some green-ish or violet-ish into the sky tinting into the auroral effects? The violet would tint the lower edge while a green tint would pre-dominate most of the curtain." (from Jef)

- "Too small amount of colors"

= General =

- "This may be impractical, but what about taking a couple of the other themes (planet, borealis), and putting them on the balloons in the Flying High wallpaper/theme. It would help it look more like a ballon launch with different balloons (like in here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Bristol_International_Balloon_Fiesta.JPG) and allow for multiple themes in the default. Alternately, you could use the themes from some of the older cores."

- "Why are Fedora themes so dark? I'll like to see shinning themes, bright themes, not obscure or nightly! Dark backgrounds make dificult to be seen with detail on some older monitors, for instance. They look to dark-blue almost-black."


[1] http://fedoranews.org/wiki/Fedora_Weekly_News_Issue_70#Fedora_7_Theme_Needs_Your_Help.21

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