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Re: New Fedora GTK Theme



Hi Andrea, you've posted on the right list, but most themers seem to
insist on using fedora-art-list instead, so I'm pushing it there

Le samedi 11 novembre 2006 à 17:17 +0100, Andrea Cimitan a écrit :
> Hi community,
> 	I'm Andrea Cimitan (aka Cimi), a gnome themer from Italy. :)
> Probably you had known my name in gnomelook.org, there I'm Cimi86, and
> I've created a lot of themes like Murrine GTK2 Cairo Engine
> (http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=42755,
> http://cimi.netsons.org/pages/murrine.php) and Candido Themes.
> 
> I was thinking about a new proposal for Fedora Core GTK look.
> Do you know that Ubuntu has "Ubuntulooks" as default theme engine, so I
> thought "Why Fedora couldn't have Murrine?".
> Feedbacks on gnomelook.org and polls on Ubuntu Forums hilight that
> Murrine is the favourite Engine of Linux Desktop users.
> That's why I'm proposing to you.
> 
> Murrine is a new-conception GTK2 Cairo engine, it was a fork of
> Clearlooks code with a lot of improvements and bugfixes: its best
> feature is surely the "options" through which the users can easily
> change the look of all the themes (There's a GUI here:
> http://cimi.netsons.org/pages/murrine/configurator.php).
> The engine is completely without bugs (it features support from gnome
> devs like benzea that helped me in the bugfix process) and it is is
> incredibly fast, nearly 50% faster than Clearlooks-Cairo and more
> if you compare it to Ubuntulooks.
> 
> I think fedora could _at least_ add murrine to a repository, and then I
> can provide a fantastic color scheme for the fedora desktop.
> 
> This is my proposale, I'm absolutely available to support you and to
> start a good discussion on it.
> I'm sure you will take care of these ideas so we can start a
> constructive thread to support or against it.
> 
> See you!!
> 
> Cimi - Andrea Cimitan
> 
> 
-- 
Nicolas Mailhot


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